EF Johnson Receives DOD Funding

IRVING, TX, /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EF Johnson Technologies Inc. announced that its 3e Technologies International Inc. (3eTI) subsidiary has received additional incremental funding totaling $2.4 million under two U.S. Navy contracts. The first funding increment is valued at $1.6 million and is under the $48 million contract announced by the company in October 2008 to provide the Navy with its virtual perimeter monitoring system (VPMS). The second funding increment is valued at $0.8 million and is under the $4.8 million contract, with four options valued up to $21 million, announced by the company in November 2009 to provide the Navy with its FIPS 140-2 Validated secure wireless sensor solution.

"We are committed to providing secure wireless solutions to our armed forces, and receipt of additional funding further proves this commitment," said Michael Jalbert, President and Chief Executive Officer of EF Johnson Technologies Inc. "We look forward to continuing our support of the Navy through our VPMS and wireless sensor solutions that monitor and assist in the protection of Navy personnel and property."

About EF Johnson
Headquartered in Irving, TX, EF Johnson Technologies Inc. focuses on innovating, developing, and marketing the highest quality secure communications solutions to organizations whose mission is to protect and save lives. The company's customers include first responders in public safety and public service, the federal government, and industrial organizations. The company's products are marketed under the EFJohnson, 3e Technologies International, and Transcrypt International names and are made in America.

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