Taking This Show On The Road

GovSec, U.S. Law and Ready has wrapped up its Washington, D.C. tradeshow, and one event truly has captured the essence of helping others in a meaningful way. Tradeshow officials have teamed up with Verizon Wireless to support HopeLine.

HopeLine phones are donations of used cellular equipment that are provided to participating domestic violence agencies and organizations nationwide for use by victims and survivors as they rebuild their lives.

Certainly, a project as important as this demands added media coverage. Your support is encouraging and necessary.

Tradeshow officials certainly met the goal of its mission by providing a forum that fosters communication and cooperation between industry and government security, law enforcement and emergency responders at the federal, state, local and tribal level.

I hope this 2008 version of GovSec was profitable and encouraging. I look forward to visiting with exhibitors and attendees in 2009.

About the Author

Ralph C. Jensen is editor-in-chief of Security Today magazine.

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