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Multiple award winner Mutualink signs on as silver sponsor of GSN’s 2010 awards program

GSN: Government Security News is proud to announce that Mutualink, Inc., of Wallingford, CT, has signed up as a silver sponsor of GSN’s 2010 homeland security awards program.

“We are pleased and honored that this award-winning firm in the emergency response field is joining us in saluting the outstanding federal, state and local agencies and officials -- as well as the innovative vendor companies in physical and IT security -- whose combined efforts keep our nation safe and secure,” said Edward Tyler, president and publisher of GSN: Government Security News.

Mutualink is an IP-based multi-media interoperable communications company that enables radio, telephone, video and data to be shared on a real-time, dynamic incident basis. Mutualink’s technology enables communities to operate their emergency communications network at more reasonable costs, the company explained.

“We are proud to extend our sponsorship support for the 2010 GSN Homeland Security Awards and take part in this important event that gives recognition to forward thinking and dedicated government agencies, government officials and, as well, acknowledges the efforts of corporations developing IT and physical security services and technologies for our country”, said Mutualink’s CEO Mark Hatten.

Thanks to Mutualink's generosity, all government agencies and government officials will be able to submit their entries to the GSN awards program free of charge. 

During the inauguration of President Obama in 2009, five key law enforcement agencies utilized the company’s platform, providing the agencies with seamless communications interoperability and real-time sharing of video surveillance.

Mutualink was the only company to receive two first place awards at GSN’s awards dinner in October 2009, in the “High Definition Video Surveillance” and “Best Radios” categories. The dinner, which took place at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, hosted a distinguished audience of top government officials and executives of major vendor companies in the homeland security field. Frances Townsend, former chairperson of the White House Council on Homeland Security during the Bush administration, received the Fred V. Morrone Memorial Nine-Eleven Award which honors the highest ranking police officer with the Port of New York and New Jersey to perish in the World Trade Center attacks of September 11, 2001.

According to Tyler, Government Security News expects to announce the date and venue for the 2010 awards dinner before the end of April. 




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