Universal Detection Technology develops early-warning monitoring technologies designed to protect from bioterrorism and infectious health threats. The company has secured relationships with NASA and other Homeland Security-related entities and today announced its partnership with Emergency 911 Security Inc. (EMG-911 SEC), a full-service security and EMS Contractor.

EMG-911 SEC is within the 5 percent of government contractors awarded a small business determination 8(a), a designation that allows the federal government to sole source contracts. EMG-911 SEC is certified to receive sole source and limited contracts of up to $35.5 million dollars per year in sales.

UNDT said in the press release that it expects EMG-911 SEC’s SBA 8(a) standing to increase its market access and enterprise growth, awarding sole-source and limited-competition contracts over a nine-year period.

Jacques Tizabi, CEO of UNDT, said the deal with EMG-911 will increase awareness and accessibility to its detection and prevention technologies.

“Our partnership with Emergency 911 Security will allow government agencies in defense, EMS and first responder community greater access to UNDT’s bioweapons detection equipment,” Tizabi stated in the press release. “We look forward to building our relationship with EMG-911 SEC as they continue on their strategic growth plan aided by their unique government sole source and limited competition contract award.”