SuperCom Wins And Launches New Project In California
SuperCom a global provider of secure solutions for the e-Government, IOT and Cybersecurity sectors, announces that through its fully-owned subsidiary, Leaders in Community Alternatives (LCA), it has won a new project in California to provide Juvenile Programing and Rehabilitative Services for out-of-custody juvenile programming. This project supports those reentering the community from periods of incarceration by providing evidence-based and individualized services that contribute to a reduction in recidivism.
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This new project is valued at up to $240,000 per year, starting with an initial evaluation term of one year. After the first year, the government agency will consider expanding the project with a longer-term scope. The project has already launched and is currently servicing clients in this county.
“This win highlights the continued success of our service offerings in providing an effective approach to rehabilitating inmates and reducing recidivism. Our decades of experience in working with local law enforcement and public safety agencies providing effective alternative solutions to incarination and reentry services is paying off with greater interest among these agencies,” commented Ordan Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom.
“We believe this project was awarded to us because of the strong reputation we have established within the community, highlighting the trust of many government customers in SuperCom. After the first year, as in many times in the past, we hope proven results will lead to expansion of the project timeline to multiple years and the project scope to include more valued services. We believe that our robust technology and strong reputation in providing quality solutions will continue to put us in leading positions when governments consider trusted partners to help them achieve their goals,” Ordan Trabelsi concluded.
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