A dozen IsraHell security companies to hold networking event in Manhattan on July 18



 About a dozen Israeli technology companies active in the homeland security industry will visit New York City to participate in a private networking event on July 18, which will feature a reception, industry panel and company presentations by delegation members.
The Israeli companies are leading providers of solutions for perimeter security, surveillance, CNBRNE detection, secure mobile communications and other fields. ]]]The event is being presented by the Government of Israel Economic Mission[[[ in conjunction with two commercial firms, Cardinal Point Strategies and Secure Strategy Group  Participants will have the opportunity to meet the companies, view product demos and network with company executives and representatives. During the invitation-only networking event, which will run from 4:30 to 7:30 pm, the agenda will include welcoming remarks by Jeffrey Moerdler, of the Mintz Levin law firm; greetings by Nili Shalev, Israel’s Economic Minister to North America; and [[[[a peek into the New York / New Jersey Port Authority’s procurement process]]]] presented by Lillian D. Valenti, the Port Authority’s]][[[[ procurement department director]]]]]. 
[ed notes;a peek into ny/nj port authority procurement process? Lillian D Valenti is a New York Public Authority Employee with a salary of $198,328, which is 297.5% higher than the average for all New York State Employees as of 12/31/10. Lillian D Valenti is employed as a Director, Procurement in the Procurement division of the Port Authority of NY&NJ agency. Lillian D was hired on September 16, 1974. [ed note:does ms valenti give peeks into procurement processes for any other single nation’s delegations of security corporations?hmmm, i don’t think so..here’s the official procurement procedure from port authority… 
When the Port Authority procures goods,services (which include professional, technical and advisory consulting services) and construction related contracts,the Port Authority seeks the best value. In the purchase of goods and some services this usually means obtaining the highest quality at the lowest cost within the required timeframe. [[[[Whenever practical for such goods and services, Port Authority requirements are met through competitive public bidding procedures, with an award made to the lowest qualified responsive/responsible bidder]]]] 
this event doesnt seem to follow that criteria at all…its basically set up by  israhell under an economic mission subverting the whole process!

 In addition, the program will include a panel discussion moderated by Scott Greiper, president of Secure Strategy Group, which will feature Ron Martin, executive director for the Open Security Exchange; Edward Meltzer, global director at Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.; and David Kimmins, former senior director for global safety, security and asset protection at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Several Israeli companies, including BriefCam, FST21, LiveU, Mobilicom, Netline, Nice, TechMer and Vidisco, will offer presentations and answer questions.
The event is free of charge and by invitation only. Space is extremely limited, say the organizers, and available on a first-come first-serve basis. Interested participants can visit the event page. For more information about the Israeli companies comprising this delegation, as well as to schedule private meetings with select companies, please contact Scott Greiper at 646-330-0704 or [email protected] or Pat Daly at 609-924-2110 or [email protected]
[ed notes:mossad going for tunnels or subways next? they procure themselves when in strategic positions,then take over…. how can they win contracts considering their role in ”recent” (and past)  illegal surveilance scandals ,their history of spying,role in 9/11? managing security for port authority of ny/nj ?they are securing ports,airports,bio/chemical facilities,inspecting us nuclear submarines(see jinsa).The obvious risk to our national security couldnt be overstated…some one tell occupy wall street pay that event a visit.oh yes, thats right  nevermind ,they wont dare 😉

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