Quantum Secure and Electrosoft Win Contract with Dept of Veterans Affairs
Electrosoft Services, Inc., a small business located in Reston, Virginia, is proud to announce it has been awarded a contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs to implement their Enterprise Physical Access Control System (ePACS). As an enterprise implementation, ePACS is targeted for deployment across VA’s worldwide facilities. The solution is based on the SAFE software suite developed by Quantum Secure, a provider of physical identity and access management software. Quantum Secure’s SAFE solution manages and streamlines security identities, compliance and events across disparate physical security systems.
“ePACS integration environments like the VA are ideally suited for small business, because we offer quick and cost effective solutions,” said Dr. Sarbari Gupta, founder and CEO of Electrosoft. “Our company’s long history of providing subject matter expertise in the field of identity management adds maximum value to the VA’s ePACS mission. We take great pride in supporting the administration’s push of PACS modernization to align with HSPD-12, OMB M-11-11 and the FICAM Roadmap.”
“With SAFE, the department will have real-time knowledge of who is where, why and for how long in all their facilities,” said Ajay Jain, president and CEO at Quantum Secure. “The software also manages compliance with industry and government regulations.”
As an authorized, value-added reseller of SAFE, Electrosoft is providing the SAFE product as the key component to the ePACS solution for the Department of Veterans Affairs.