Homeland Integrated Security Systems Retains Former President Bush Appointee

June 20, 2005
Barry Bennett to head governmental sales division, company opens new D.C. office

Homeland Integrated Security Systems, which manufacturers a container tracking device designed for maritime and port security, announced today that it has hired former presidential appointee Barry Bennett to head up its government and international sales. Homeland Integrated Security Systems has opened an office in Washington, D.C. to concentrate on sales to the federal government. Homeland Integrated Security Systems' Washington office will be located at 815 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 200, Washington, DC.

Bennett is a former senior U. S. State Department official and served as Communication Director for President George W. Bush while he served a Chairman of the Group of Eight commonly referred to as the G8. Bennett will not only direct government marketing efforts domestically but internationally as well.

"Terrorism is a global threat. Homeland Integrated Security Systems' array of products in the tracking and explosive detection space is highly sought after in the Middle East and in Asia. Barry has excellent contacts in these regions that are critical for our growth. We couldn't be happier to welcome him to our team," said Frank Moody, CEO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems.

Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc. will immediately begin to market its products overseas by signing agency agreements with foreign security firms. Bennett will also immediately begin formulating the marketing efforts to sell its products to federal and state governments.

"Obviously security is a primary concern in many places around the globe. Homeland Integrated Security Systems' product group is well positioned to help provide that needed security. The potential market is huge and today we will begin going after it," said Bennett.