USPS Seeks Vendors For National Video Surveillance System

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This Request for Proposal outlines the functional and performance requirements for TCP/IP-based video surveillance systems to be installed in a number of United States Postal Service facilities nation-wide.  These systems will be managed by the Joint Criminal Investigative System Program Group (CISP) comprised of representatives of the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) and the Office of Inspector General, United States Postal Service (OIG).  This system includes hardware and software to allow the capture of video images from both analog cameras (through IP encoders) and IP cameras of varying resolutions.  Also included are provisions to store the images on open architecture PC-based servers local to each facility, monitor images locally, and integration to allow remote access, monitoring, and downloading of secure, authenticated video images.  There are also provisions to integrate the video surveillance (CCTV) systems to other electronic security systems in use at these facilities.