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UPDATE: TWD ESS Services, LLC Launches to Serve Public and Private Sector Markets

Company to Provide Electronic Security Systems and Solutions

MCLEAN, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/13 -- TWD ESS Services, LLC (TWD ESS), an information technology (IT)-based security company serving the public and private sectors, today announced its launch into the market. The company provides physical, logical and cybersecurity solutions to commercial and government clients. TWD ESS is a Small Business Administration (SBA) small disadvantaged-owned business.

"TWD ESS provides comprehensive and integrated solutions that ensure the effectiveness of any security program," said Marlon Phillips, President, TWD ESS. "Our goal is to provide high-level security products and services that mitigate risk and protect our customers' valuable assets."

TWD ESS provides a wide variety of physical security countermeasure and authentication solutions including: video analytics, metal detectors, surveillance products, cameras and closed circuit television, access control systems, security cabling and wiring, integrated IP-security systems and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) compliant identification systems. The company also provides IT security and authentication services including: consulting, surveys and audits, risk assessments, security architecture, cyber security solutions, cloud computing implementation, site assessments and installations.

Phillips is a well-known telecommunications and electronics security subject matter expert with over 20 years of experience. Prior to launching TWD ESS, Phillips founded The W.I.N.N. Group, Inc., a telecommunications and electronic security systems design engineering firm focused primarily on the federal civilian and defense markets.

TWD ESS is majority-owned by Phillips with a minority ownership stake held by TWD & Associates, Inc. (TWD). TWD ESS and TWD intend to pursue a wide-range of electronic security opportunities to capitalize on their joint capabilities and experience.

To learn more about TWD ESS, visit www.twdess.com.

About TWD ESS Services, LLC
TWD ESS Services, LLC (TWD ESS) specializes in physical and information security solutions for commercial and government clients. TWD ESS integrates products and services for IT, physical and logical security into a customer's security policy to mitigate risk and help protect mission-critical assets, employees and valuable data. Established in 2013, TWD ESS is an emerging small business headquartered in McLean, Virginia. For more information about TWD ESS, please visit www.twdess.com.

About TWD & Associates, Inc.
For 20 years, TWD & Associates, Inc. (TWD) has built and maintained communication and collaboration solutions for executive-level, national security-focused organizations. The Arlington, VA-based company employs highly-certified technical experts to offer cost-effective solutions that meet mission requirements. For additional information on TWD, please visit www.twd.com.

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