A corporate physical security strategy should allow you to better allocate resources and personnel by automating security processes.
With the recent influx of smash-and-grab ATM thefts snowballing throughout the U.S., it has become clear that companies must be prepared to combat both present and future security threats. We are still decades away from the in-person banking experience becoming obsolete, so companies need to have the proper technology in place now if they have any chance of keeping their assets safe and secure in the future.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we do not know what the future holds. It is key that hospitals possess the necessary security technology to protect patients during the pandemic and beyond. Regardless of the situation, vulnerable individuals depend on healthcare providers to keep them safe and secure.
My name is Ellie Dootson, and I am a Scotland-born, Houston-raised incoming senior at Trinity University. My journey with 3Sixty Integrated began through Students + Startups, which is a program that pairs college students with local small businesses and startups in the San Antonio area. I was fortunate enough to have an interview with 3Sixty Integrated in which I found myself immediately impressed with what the company had to offer.
We are honored to announce that 3Sixty Integrated has been selected in the top 30 for the 2021 Top Systems Integrators by SDM Magazine. This year we are ranked 29th out of the top 100 security integrator companies in North America.
With the ARP ESSER III deadline fastly approaching, school districts remain focused on the same goal: reopening schools safely, sustaining secure operations, and addressing the impact of the pandemic on students. The CDC’s most recent announcement goes hand in hand with these school districts’ desires.
The ARP ESSER III Grant has provided school districts with the funds to sustain safe campus operations in a post-COVID world. With such a large amount of funds available, many school districts are looking inward and are working to strengthen their campus security. This is where a service and maintenance agreement comes in.
The 2020-2023 American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) III Grant provides school districts with the funds to reopen schools safely, sustain safe operations, and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
What many school districts do not realize is that they can use their ARP ESSER III funds to ensure that their current security system is operating reliably and effectively through a service and maintenance agreement.
In April 2021, the Federal Government approved the 2020-2023 American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) III Grant. With $11.2 billion made available to the state, Texas school districts now have the ability to reopen schools safely, sustain secure operations, and address the impact of the pandemic on students.
In April 2021, the Federal Government approved and allocated $11.2 billion in funding to Texas LEAs for the 2020-2023 ARP ESSER III Grant. The program is designed to help school districts address the impact of COVID-19 as well as safely reopen in-person classrooms and sustain safe operations.