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Trapwire Stratfor Email 18

Aug 9th, 2012
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  1. Date 2010-01-27 00:47:38
  2. From Blake.Sawyer@txdps.state.tx.us
  3. To burton@stratfor.com
  4. Others MessageId:
  5. InReplyTo: 1471442210-1264545759-cardhu_decombobulator_blackberry.rim.net-154997219-@bda529.bisx.prod.on.blackberry
  6. Text
  7. Only thing so far is a meeting with sen williams on thurs. Will be
  8. interesting to see what is discussed at the commission mtg on friday.
  9. Grant was turned in yesterday, so it looks like that money will get used.
  10. I'll keep you posted.
  11.  
  12. ----- Original Message -----
  13. From: burton@stratfor.com
  14. To: Sawyer, Blake
  15. Sent: Tue Jan 26 17:06:03 2010
  16. Subject: Re: Close-Hold
  17.  
  18. Any movement?
  19.  
  20. Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T
  21.  
  22. -----Original Message-----
  23. From: "Sawyer, Blake"
  24. Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 09:44:09
  25. To: Fred Burton
  26. Subject: RE: Close-Hold
  27.  
  28. Nope... I've submitted my recommendations with a heavy emphasis on
  29. TRAPWIRE and 100% digital CCTV upgrades for the entire Capitol, but have
  30. been told that all recommendations will be passed up to the
  31. legislature/committees for a decision. As long as DPS is charged with
  32. securing a public building without "owning" any of the physical
  33. systems/hardware OR the ability to implement critical security measures
  34. without the approval of an arguing, indecisive body of untrained,
  35. self-proclaimed, security experts, I fear the public and the stakeholders
  36. in the complex will remain soft targets for domestic violence and acts of
  37. terrorism.
  38.  
  39.  
  40.  
  41. -----Original Message-----
  42. From: Fred Burton [mailto:burton@stratfor.com]
  43. Sent: Monday, January 25, 2010 9:27 AM
  44. To: Sawyer, Blake
  45. Subject: Re: Close-Hold
  46.  
  47. Any traction?
  48.  
  49. Sawyer, Blake wrote:
  50. > Sir,
  51. >
  52. >
  53. >
  54. > Sent this email out this morning....
  55. >
  56. >
  57. >
  58. > *From:* Sawyer, Blake
  59. > *Sent:* Friday, January 22, 2010 9:19 AM
  60. > *To:* Bodisch, Robert; Jones, John
  61. > *Cc:* McCraw, Steven; Beckworth, Lamar
  62. > *Subject:* REC/SECURITY EST - CAPITOL
  63. > *Importance:* High
  64. >
  65. >
  66. >
  67. > Sir,
  68. >
  69. >
  70. >
  71. > *I. **_TRAPWIRE (Initial deployment/install
  72. > $252,000.00 - Annual Recurring Fee $151,000)_*
  73. >
  74. >
  75. >
  76. > 1) These prices are tied to the GSA Schedule, which means they will
  77. > not change with CONUS deployments of TRAPWIRE. Only thing that would
  78. > increase the price at this point would increasing the number of
  79. > trainees. Given what happened yesterday, I would think the Capitol
  80. > would want to train as many people as possible. They have two courses:
  81. > TPOP for security professionals (this is the course I attended with 50
  82. > Troopers / SO's) and a two hour TPOC course for non-security
  83. > professionals (i.e. vendors, groundskeepers, others who work in/around
  84. > the complex). This second course is a two-hour class designed to
  85. > sensitize attendees to terrorist/criminal surveillance techniques, but
  86. > doesn't delve as deeply into case studies and other sensitive areas.
  87. > It's also offered in full Spanish.
  88. >
  89. > 2) In the event we are querried re. who else is using the system,
  90. > we can start with something general like "Several major city police
  91. > departments and one overseas government". If we are pressed for
  92. > specifics, we can advise them that Nevada Counterterrorism Center in Las
  93. > Vegas under Tom Monahan is a client, although we can't disclose any of
  94. > the specific casinos that are linked in (more than 60 right now).
  95. >
  96. > 3) It would also help, I think, to advise them that LAPD (Commander
  97. > Joan McNamara) is a client and advocate of the system. This is
  98. > important b/c she is the driving force behind the SAR initiative being
  99. > run with all the major city police chiefs and TRAPWIRE's role therein.
  100. >
  101. >
  102. >
  103. > . We can't openly disclose other major clients that I'll brief
  104. > you on personally.
  105. >
  106. > . They have initiated a new training program for LE and Security
  107. > professionals to use when confronting suspicious individuals.
  108. > Specifically, how do you elicit intelligence and detect deception in a
  109. > non-threatening and legal manner. This course will be customized
  110. > specifically for Texas state law and will be available in March. All
  111. > training courses run about $300 per head.
  112. >
  113. >
  114. >
  115. > *II. **_CAMERAS/SERVERS/RECORDERS ($427,000.00)_*
  116. >
  117. >
  118. >
  119. > 1) Recommend upgrade of all existing cameras and associated
  120. > equipment to 100% digital. This will involve replacing many of the
  121. > existing "legacy" cameras, while linking in all that we can into the new
  122. > system.
  123. >
  124. >
  125. >
  126. > 2) Recommend upgrading all existing cameras (about 130) to Sony
  127. > high speed dome cameras w/ 540 lines resolution or better or equivalent.
  128. > (Sony model # CD55NV-36S is ideal for indoor/outdoor applications and
  129. > run $1K each). Existing cameras are divided b/w 1992, 1996, and 2001
  130. > models with a few newer replacements (but poor quality) units. In
  131. > order to cover the dead space inside and outside the building, we need
  132. > 125 additional cameras. Why? Because currently we only have good
  133. > coverage on the great walk on the southside and the bollards to the
  134. > north. Everything else is dead space and covering the grates/windows
  135. > with cameras is much more economical than wiring them shut. All of the
  136. > new cameras will need CAT-5 run to them which runs approx $1 per foot to
  137. > install.
  138. >
  139. >
  140. >
  141. > Total Cost of Recommended Cameras: $255K
  142. >
  143. > Total Est Cost of New Camera Labor (est. 300'+ ft per camera): $78K
  144. >
  145. > Total Est Cost of New Servers (3 Total): $24K (Recommend DELL Quad Core
  146. > Xeon Server E5450 or equivalent from another company. These run $8K each
  147. > and we need two on ops and a backup).
  148. >
  149. > Total Est Cost of New NVR's (2 Total) w/ 25T of Storage: $20K
  150. >
  151. > Total Est Cost of New Monitors: $15K
  152. >
  153. > Total Est Cost Monitoring Software: $35K
  154. >
  155. > Grand Est Total: $427,000.00
  156. >
  157. >
  158. >
  159. > *III. **METAL DETECTORS/CARD SCAN ACCESS POINTS/BASEMENT
  160. > - TUNNEL TURNSTYLES (in original proposal) *
  161. >
  162. > *IV. **MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (Reney has
  163. > numbers/details on this)*
  164. >
  165. > *V. **WirelessWerx 911 Nodes (Proposal due into me by
  166. > noon today) *
  167. >
  168. > * *
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  170. > * *
  171. >
  172. > *I'll have additional data available NLT noon today.*
  173. >
  174. > * *
  175. >
  176. > *S/F,*
  177. >
  178. > * *
  179. >
  180. > *Blake*
  181. >
  182. > * *
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  206. > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  207. >
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  210. > privileged, protected or confidential information. If you have received
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