RFPs

Read: Security Executives Want Integrators to Be Long-Term Partners, Not Just Salespeople

Security Executives Want Integrators to Be Long-Term Partners, Not Just Salespeople

Three security executives say they embrace new security technologies but sometimes need to convince their bosses it’s worth the investment.

Read: Upgrading Your Campus Physical Security System? Rip-and-Replace Isn’t Necessary

Upgrading Your Campus Physical Security System? Rip-and-Replace Isn’t Necessary

Carefully plan your security system upgrades, select the right partners, and choose an open architecture platform to minimize disruptions and costs.

Read: How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

This year’s Director of the Year Award winners deliver keen insights on how to make the most of their relationships with security systems installers and contractors.

Read: 5 Tips for Buying Campus Security Systems

5 Tips for Buying Campus Security Systems

These tips will help you shape security system purchasing conversations before sending out RFPs, keeping stakeholders informed.

Read: Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

With the help of a local integrator, Iowa Western Community College was able to bring together its access control, video surveillance and emergency notification solutions.

How the Right RFP Can Ensure the Program You Buy Is the Program You Get

Campus procurement and security/public safety departments should work together to craft an RFP that will filter out less-qualified security service contractors while attracting the right companies.

Is Your Consultant Qualified for the Job?

Association memberships and discussions with your peers will help you determine if your consultant will be able to handle your project.

Read: School Security Assessments: 6 Steps to Get the Most Out of Your Project

School Security Assessments: 6 Steps to Get the Most Out of Your Project

These simple steps can help you dramatically reduce the cost of school security assessments while improving quality and preventing trouble with poor quality vendors.

Read: Making the Grade with Contract Security

Making the Grade with Contract Security

A clear contract that outlines campus staffing needs and officer training requirements is just one element that has led to a successful partnership between Tidewater Community College and its security provider.

Activists Object to No-Bid Contract for Mass Notification System

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