UNDT added to JPM-CM CBRN database

Products protecting against biological, chemical and radiological threats created by University Detection Technology have been added to the Joint Product Manager-Consequence Manager CBRN database, a list available to authorized government personnel.

The JPM-CM CBD Small Product Acquisition Program is tasked with evaluating new equipment solutions while providing commercial off the shelf CBRN equipment capabilities. The list includes chemical, biological, radiological, decontamination, sampling and detection systems that give protection against multiple CBRN agents. JPM-CM customers use the list to analyze and support the modernization of COTS equipment.

The list is used by the groups like the National Guard Bureau Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support Teams, the National Guard Bureau, the U.S. Army 20th Support Command, the United States Army Reserve Command and multiple Department of Defense U.S. government agencies.

"We are honored and pleased to have our CBRN Detection Equipment listed,” Jacques Tizabi, the CEO of UNDT, said. “The fact that the database is used exclusively by government personnel and not by civilians is in line with our strategy of focusing on the government sector. Given the increased role of the National Guard Bureau Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support Teams in CBRN Defense and Mitigation, JPM-CM is a great tool for such teams to evaluate and procure CBRN detection technologies.”