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Page 1 -- Government Contracts with Applied Digital and Digital Angel :
Instant Location Devices; you are so here.

GTI, a subsidiary of Computer Equity, Inc. (Compec), is headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia. GTI specializes in designing, deploying and maintaining voice, data and video telecommunications networks for agencies of the federal government. Key customers include US Postal Service, the Departments of Defense, Justice and Agriculture,
and the Social Security Administration.
For more information on GTI, please visit www.govtel.com.

Government Telecommunications Incorporated-- GTI
wholly owned subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions adsx
( no privacy ) NETWORKING and Databases
Federal Technology Service

From the Newswire .....

GTI : Networx Transition Support Services Task Order for GSA
Applied Digital (NASDAQ: ADSX), ... announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary Government Telecommunications, Inc. ( GTI ) was awarded a Networx Transition Support Services Task Order for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) under its current GSA Connections Contract.
... " to assist federal government agencies in their transition efforts moving from the GSA FTS 2001 [ Federal Technology Service] contract to one of the new GSA Networx contracts. Services include strategic and transition planning, agency customer assistance, cutover guidelines, Web site development, tracking and status reporting on government-wide transition efforts.
IDIQ contract from the Justice Dept. for GA offices

Gov -- instead of private corps. --- awarded $20 BBBBillion contract
Five companies: BAE Systems Inc., Multimax Inc., NCI Information Systems Inc., Northrop Grumman Corp. and Pragmatics Inc., have protested the Army’s April 14 award of its $20 billion Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services contract.
The Government Accountability Office said it will rule on the matter by Aug. 11

gov general services adm. )Telecommunications (gov telecommunications GTI )
(FTS) federal technology service
and Applied Digital Solutions (ADS) contract--March 28, 2003

17 suppliers will provide telecommunications services and equipment to federal agencies
Tom Cuneo, Vice President for Sales and Marketing, led the GTI CONNECTIONS Capture Team.
The GTI Program Manager is Bill Leonard, Vice President for Strategic Programs.
"This contract award is tremendous news, for our customers, for GTI and for Applied Digital Solutions,"
said Frank E. Lalley, President and CEO of GTI. "It enables continuity of service for our long-term customers, and provides an opportunity for GTI to develop relationships with new agencies."

Mr. Lalley joined Applied Digital's Computer Equity subsidiary in January 2002 after a distinguished, 35-year career in the federal government. Most recently, Mr. Lalley served as Assistant Commissioner for Service Delivery in the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service. Last May, Mr. Lalley acquired the additional title of Vice President for Government Solutions, a position aimed at meeting government needs for the Company's advanced technology products, such as VeriChip(TM), Thermo Life(TM) and Digital Angel(TM).

GSA is a centralized federal procurement and property management agency created by Congress to improve government efficiency and help federal agencies better serve the public. It acquires, on behalf of federal agencies, office space, equipment, telecommunications, information technology, supplies, and services.

GTI, a subsidiary of Computer Equity, Inc. (Compec), is headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia. With a revenue base that exceeds $30 million, GTI specializes in designing, deploying and maintaining voice, data and video telecommunications networks for agencies of the federal government. Key customers include the Departments of Defense,
Justice and Agriculture, and the Social Security Administration.[they've got your number]

VeriChip Corp 's - eXI added to government agency : GSA --TRACK and Locate
Purchasing Power ... propagation of products
DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 19, 2005-- VeriChip Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Applied Digital (NASDAQ:ADSX - News), today announced that its recent acquisition, eXI Wireless, now VeriChip Corporation, has been added to the U.S. General Services Administration schedule, GSA# GS-35-F-0144L.
eXI is working in cooperation with Information Access Solutions, Inc. (IAS) of Woodbridge, VA, a leading provider of
IT [ Ed : Information Technology ... " Information is Power " ] solutions for both commercial and government sectors.
IAS is a Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business.

The GSA contract enables all Federal Government authorities, agencies and facilities worldwide to promptly purchase eXI's products.
With the integration of external RFID-based security solutions for people, the company now offers a myriad of implantable, wearable, and attachable RFID products for use in healthcare, government and commercial applications

Now moving forward, we anticipate expanding the use of our RFID infrastructure and tags to protect, track and locate assets and provide access control security within government facilities. These types of applications are actually being driven under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, allowing us to bring the two decades of RFID experience that VeriChip Corporation now provides into broader situations and applications within the government



The OuterLink system enables Air Methods' management oversight in deployment and in activity of all aircraft equipped with OuterLink from its national Communication Center in Omaha. [ Nebraska ]
[Editor: SAC airforce base ? ...Strategic Air Command ]
In addition to providing dispatchers with real-time flight tracking data, OuterLink's satcom terminal also incorporates capability for two-way digital messaging. In addition to communication redundancy, digital messaging accommodates enhanced interface between the aircraft and communications center for laptop computers and/or patient monitoring devices. While the entire fleet is monitored by LifeNet's National Communications Center, LifeNet managers and sending or receiving medical centers also have the ability to monitor the movement of a responding (OuterLink equipped) aircraft.
Air Methods Corporation (www.airmethods.com) is a leader in emergency aeromedical transportation, medical services and technology.

Outerlink contracts with North Memorial ( MN )
Helicopter power
The OuterLink system's unique ability to provide 30-second position reporting, three-second Mayday alerts, and exact trip mileage reports were key factors that led North Air Care [ Brooklyn Center] to select the OuterLink System.
While the entire fleet is monitored from a central location, individual satellite bases can also monitor the location of their particular aircraft.
"Our decision was based on several factors but paramount was the ability of the system to interface with our existing CAD system," said Joe Glaccum of North Memorial Ambulance Service. "
The OuterLink system includes the satcom data terminal and low-profile antennas installed on each aircraft together with the CommTrack suite of PC software tools that enables flight management personnel to visually track and display real-time and historical information about all aircraft under their control. The software incorporates a comprehensive map database that allows dispatchers to pan and zoom into whatever level of topographic detail is relevant to their tracking needs. It also provides the capability to display weather information on these maps to provide up-to-the-minute advisories to flight-following dispatchers.
Kevin O'Brien, OuterLink's VP of Operations said, "This program is currently being used by several hospitals and they all report that the increased revenue it provides will enable them to recover their initial investment in their OuterLink system in less than one year."

Based in Lowell, MA,
OuterLink, a Digital Angel subsidiary, provides satellite-based mobile asset tracking and data messaging systems. Used to manage the deployment of aircraft and land vehicles, these systems provide real-time location reporting, secure bi-directional data communication and comprehensive asset management software. They enable ground personnel to track the minute-by-minute movement of mobile assets, monitor on-board sensors and conduct bi-directional messaging with aircraft pilots and ground vehicle operators. For more information, visit http://www.outerlink.com.

OUTERLINK CP-2 Satcom System
Digital Angel's recently-acquired OuterLink subsidiary provides secure, real-time satellite-based systems that track, monitor and communicate with fixed- and rotor-wing aircraft in a wide range of applications including law enforcement,
natural resource management, air ambulance, and air taxi fleet operations.

Are these UAV's ? With black smoke like the "locusts" of Rev. 9 ???
www.locustusa.com rotomotion

Petroleum Helicopters use Outerlinks CP-2 Satcom system for automatic flight

By standardizing its fleet with the OuterLink system, PHI can accurately track the location and status of all of its helicopters virtually anywhere in North America, regardless of weather conditions. In addition to providing real-time flight following, the OuterLink system also supports bi-directional messaging between helicopters and the PHI flight operations center in Lafayette.
Carlin Craig, PHI's Director of Operations
Based in Lafayette, LA, Petroleum Helicopters (Nasdaq: PHEL - News) provides helicopter transportation and related services to a broad range of customers, including the oil and gas industry and air medical programs.

DA completes acquisition of OuterLink

As previously announced, Digital Angel signed an agreement ...  to acquire OuterLink, which manufactures and markets a suite of satellite-based tracking systems, operates a mobile satellite-data communications service, and supplies tracking software systems for mapping and messaging. OuterLink founder and current President
Paul Newcomb will remain President of the business and will report directly to Digital Angel President & CEO
Kevin N. McGrath
Today, its [OuterLink] technologies provide real-time, satellite-based automated tracking, wireless data transfer and two-way messaging with large fleets of vehicles, such as utility trucks, helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, long- and short-haul trucks, service vehicles and ships. OuterLink's customer base includes various branches of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, including the U.S. Border Patrol and the U.S. Customs Service. With the completion of this acquisition, these strengths are added to Digital Angel's extensive portfolio of high-value asset-tracking technologies and its decades-long experience serving U.S. and allied foreign government agencies.

Kevin McGrath, CEO of Digital Angel
His experience in launching and directing satellite-based services fits extremely well with the strategic direction of Digital Angel, which includes the rapid identification, location, tracking and condition monitoring of high-value assets
Digital Angel is ideally positioned for rapid growth in several key markets.

Prior to joining Digital Angel, McGrath spent 16 years at El Segundo, CA- based Hughes Electronics Corp., including seven years as Chairman of DirecTV Latin America, a Hughes subsidiary based in Fort Lauderdale, FL. McGrath was a Hughes Corporate Vice President and a member of its Management Committee, and was responsible for the start-up, development and operation of what has become the world's largest Latin American, direct-to-home pay television business, with 1.6 million subscribers in 28 countries and more than $600 million in annual revenues.
"He has considerable expertise in developing and launching domestic and international business enterprises and has successfully

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Signature- SARBE -- Air Rescue -- PLS Personnel Locator System ( Radio / GPS ) Air-to-WATER
Proxity Digital Networks, Inc.( PDNW) http://www.proxity.com/ West Palm Beach, Florida
Aerospace SA 60
On Alert
www.ecitysoftware.com door-to-door GIS Geographic Information System

McMurdo FAST FIND PLB Personal Locator Beacon
please visit: www.fastfindplb.com/.
"...FAST FIND, the new range of personal locator beacons produced by its McMurdo unit
sold throughout the U.S., Canada, U.K., New Zealand and Australia ]
" ..the big factor is the size and affordability of the unit, which puts it roughly in the same class as a mobile phone, plus it works in the middle of nowhere where the phone doesn't.
" The PLB is registered to search and rescue authorities by the user, so it's a piece of personal equipment, and if it has to be activated in an emergency, authorities can quickly identify the signal.
[ McMurdo is ] A division of Digital Angel's Signature Industries subsidiary, based in the United Kingdom, McMurdo is a world leading producer of Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs), Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs), Search and Rescue Transponders (SARTs), VHF Radios and NAVTEX

S. Ranulph Fieness takes PLB with him to Mt. Everest
Sir Ranulph and his team are starting their attempt in the next few weeks. He is currently trekking to Base Camp at 5380 meters, from where he will attempt the 3468-meter ascent. If successful, the intrepid adventurer will be the first man ever to cross both ice caps via both poles and reach the top of Everest. He is accompanied by a doctor, Robert Casserley, and expedition guide, Kenton Cool, both of whom have climbed the mountain before.
McMurdo has donated the FASTFIND PLUS to Sir Ranulph in recognition of his ambitions, not only to reach the summit despite repeated heart problems, but also to help him in his quest of raising 3 million for the Marie Curie Cancer Trust. http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/sir-ranulph-fiennes-to-carry,368746.shtml

Fastfind MAX Personal Location Beacon for Swedish Pilots

SO. ST. PAUL, Minn.----Digital Angel (NASDAQ:DIGA), ... announced today that it has received a significant order through its Signature Industries subsidiary from exclusive Swedish distributor Cordland Marine AB. Digital Angel will initially supply 600 of the new McMurdo FASTFIND MAX G Personal Locator Beacons (PLB) to KSAB, part of the Swedish private pilots association, KSAK (Kungliga Svenska Aeroklubben). As of July 1, 2008, it will become compulsory for pilots of aircraft up to 2000kg to carry a PLB in Sweden. Cordland expects to place further orders before the end of the year.

KSAB chose the McMurdo FASTFIND MAX G PLB after a thorough evaluation of all the PLBs on the market. KSAB is owned by KSAK, the Royal Swedish Aeroclub, which is the national organization for all clubs and associations for non-commercial flights in Sweden. Cordland Marine, one of Sweden's leading suppliers of communication and safety equipment, has worked closely with KSAB on the deal

FASTFIND MAX .. Unique International Signal

The MAX and MAX G, the very latest models to be released, feature a maximum 48-hour operational battery life from activation, operating at temperatures as low as -20 C. The MAX and MAX G are registered by the individual user as a safeguard against life threatening incidents that could occur anywhere in the world. Once activated the MAX and MAX G transmit a unique identification signal along with the user's current position via the Cospas-Sarsat international search and rescue satellite system on 406 MHz. The signal is passed to regional search and rescue authorities who can rapidly get to the scene.
Furthermore, beginning in February 2009, only 406 MHz PLBs will be detected by the Cospas-Sarsat satellite system,
Easily user-replaceable battery packs have a five-year storage life. FASTFIND MAX G's integral 12-channel GPS navigation receiver gives a typical positional accuracy of +/- 62 meters and new position updates every 20 minutes, significantly reducing the normal search area down from a 28-square nautical mile area, with a clear view skyward. It also has a visual indication of GPS position acquisition

MAX / MAX G with GPS
McMurdo has also launched two groundbreaking new PLBs, the FastFind MAX and the Fastfind MAX G (with integral 12-channel GPS). The MAX range adds new dimensions to safety with a maximum 48-hour operational battery life from activation, and it operates at temperatures as low as -20 degree C.
Once activated the MAX and MAX G transmit a unique identification signal along with current position via the international search and rescue satellite system operated by COSPAS SARSAT on 406 MHz. The signal is then quickly passed to regional search and rescue authorities who can rapidly get to the scene
McMurdo, a division of Digital Angel, is a world leading producer of EPIRBs, PLBs Search and Rescue Transponders (SARTs), VHF Radios and NAVTEX for the maritime and leisure markets, including shipping, yachting, aviation and outdoor adventure pursuits. The high quality product range is manufactured in the UK utilizing the very latest technology available, and in partnership with the world's safety regulatory organizations.

SARBE - Singapore Air Force RSAF
SARBE division has been selected to supply its latest generation Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs) to Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. of Switzerland. Pilatus will, in turn, provide these PLBs to the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). This contract, valued at more than $160,000 USD, is to provide SARBE 6-406G PLBs that will be supplied with advanced turboprop training aircraft to the RSAF. Additionally it is anticipated that the contract ideally positions the Company to capitalize on the RSAF's requirement to replace their inventory of up to 1500 units of SARBE 6 PLBs that are now obsolete.

McMurdo International Waters Rescue System --MOB " man overboard"
McMurdo is an IRIDIUM satellite system manufacturing partner and has worked closely with IRIDIUM to arrive at a life-saving technical solution for the man overboard problem
MOB Guardian is firstly a GPS location system that is mounted in the wheelhouse of a fishing boat and sends regular location information via the IRIDIUM satellite system to the RNLI Operations Centre (at Poole, Dorset, England).
The fisherman carries a small radio unit on his person [ Ed: future smart card ? ] when at sea and if he goes overboard, an alarm is activated on board and shortly after a distress signal is activated and transmitted through the IRIDIUM satellite system to the RNLI Operations Centre (at Poole, Dorset, England) with a GPS position of the MOB. ... 24-hour on-call service covering search & rescue requirements up to 100 nautical miles out from the coastline.

Digital Angel buys McMurdo ( 60 outlets )
For Commercial use too
Simply put, we believe our strategic acquisition of McMurdo is the perfect complement to our SARBE business. Its network of approximately 60 outlets will significantly broaden our emergency location beacon product offering to serve the military and commercial maritime sectors and provide stability to our revenue base. As we stated previously, we expect the McMurdo acquisition to add at least $8-9 million of additional revenue for the remainder of 2007. More importantly, we believe McMurdo's steady stream of business will generate more predictable profits in the SARBE business on a go-forward basis."
Currently, McMurdo buys the circuit boards, antennas, and batteries used in their location beacons. However, by utilizing our established manufacturing capabilities at our Signature Industries operations in the U.K., we will manufacture those components, and expect to have a more profitable product," continued McGrath ( Ed: also more specified )

406 MHz

Satellite radios that operate on 121.5 and 243Mhz frequencies will be rendered obsolete when the Cospas-Sarsat satellite rescue system is changed to monitor only 406MHz radio frequency in 2009. Cospas-Sarsat is the international satellite system operator that detects activated search and rescue beacons and approves all rescue beacon systems.

DA to aquire McMurdo marine beacons

Digital Angel Corp. has agreed to acquire McMurdo, a British maker of emergency marine beacons, for at least $6.2 million. The deal, under which Digital Angel's London subsidiary Signature Industries will buy McMurdo from the Chemring Group, was announced Thursday.
South St. Paul-based Digital Angel (Amex: DOC) makes radio-frequency identifcation tags for the agriculture sector and other uses;
it's also a maker of GPS technology used to help find downed pilots or lost mariners.
In a statement announcing the purchase, Digital Angel noted that changes to satellite monitoring systems mean that much of the equipment currently in service will require replacement by early 2009. http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/othercities/twincities/stories/2006/12/11/daily44.html

  Personal Locator Beacon
Digital Angel : location tracking and message monitoring of vehicles and aircraft in remote locations through systems that integrate GPS and geosynchronous satellite communications; and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors.

Signature- SARBE signs with Transaero
SARBE, has signed a significant new non-exclusive agreement with privately held Transaero Inc., a Woodbury, New York-based specialist distributor of military and civilian aerospace-related products
Although headquartered in the USA, Transaero has a further eleven offices worldwide giving coverage in Europe, Asia, North and South America and Australia. (everybody but Africa )
SARBE G2R : speech transmission and automated activation.


Man's TV Triggers Satellite Rescue System, FCC Investigates

We all know that ads Applied Digital Solutions deals with the subdermal ID for humans.
The other company---Digital Angel---everyone thinks of as dealing with subdermal ID for pets.

But more and more Digital Angel is in the business of SENSORS which has a lot of ways of changing our lives to total surveillance, monitoring and tracking.

Both companys--ads and doc -- are headed towards the 666 System at break-neck speed.
And both companies move more and more into the Food business. The more they control the Food Industry, the more they control our stomachs and eating.... and then the more they can CAUSE people to take the MOB. ( not force)

The following news item shows how Digital Angel is thoroughly entrenched in the Food Business, particularly as it relates to the American Government and the United Nations (global intents).

Digital Angel and the Food Supply [ sensors that monitor and track]
John Block heads Government relations
Block will also act as Chairman of the newly-formed Government Relations Committee at Digital Angel.
Block currently serves as the Executive Vice President of the Food Marketing Institute, a trade association....
Food for Peace Program under his leadership...

Block is also a member of the Board of Advisors for the Retail Food Industry Center at the University of Minnesota, and is President of the Board of Directors of the U.S. Friends of the World Food Programme, a joint initiative of the United Nations and the Food and Agricultural Organization. Block is also Chairman of the Agribusiness Alliance of the Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs in Washington.

Digital Angel Corporation develops and deploys sensor and communications technologies that enable rapid and accurate identification, location tracking, and condition monitoring of high-value assets. Applications for the Company's products include identification and monitoring of pets, fish and livestock through its patented implantable microchips; location tracking and message monitoring of vehicles and aircraft in remote locations through systems that integrate GPS and geosynchronous satellite communications; and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors.

applied digital solutions : maintaining, operating Global Utilities (electric, gas)
Pacific Decision Sciences Corporation (PDSC), has won a five-year extension on its existing three-year contract with Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G), a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG).
Under the contract, which has an estimated value of $6 million, PDSC will provide maintenance and support for the PSE&G Gas Division's Service Management System (GSIMS). Applied Digital Solutions' PDSC unit is in the business of selling, maintaining and enhancing a suite of proprietary service automation software.

PSEG Power, a major US power producer; and PSEG Energy Holdings, the parent of PSEG's other unregulated businesses including: PSEG Global, a major international developer and operator of power generation and distribution systems throughout the world, and PSEG Resources, which invests in energy-related financial transactions.

"Coalition", "Partnership" ...gov and ads

Economically, what was at stake was a projected $100 billion marketplace for Digital Angel. Critics have claimed this figure is impossible unless universal implantation mandated by government was being considered. Conservative estimates for use in the U.S. were said to be $70 billion, characterized as 26 potential vertical markets. A company spokesman, who asked not to be named, revealed that the $70 billion projection was provided by McKinsey & Co. management consultants. Randy Geissler, CEO of Digital Angel.net Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, said that strong alliances were key to Digital Angel's success, and that the company's close partnerships with Raytheon-Hughes, the U.S. Department of Energy and pharmaceutical giants like "Schering-Plough" meant that the company was well-positioned for success.

Fascism = government and business working together
At the end of WWII, General Eisenhower, head of the Allied Forces in Europe, came back to America from his "minor campaign," became President, and in his presidential Farewell Address, in January 1961, he warned us about the "Military-Industrial Complex." That term he coined in his speech has become fairly well known around the world, and I suppose everyone has heard of it.
 "  By dictionary definition, a cooperative union of business (especially the defense manufacturing industry)
and the government is called "fascism."

Educational Research-Complex ...... Government and Universities working hand-in-hand

The primary source of funding for the Educational-Research Complex is large private Foundations with huge resources, such as the Rockefeller Foundation, Carnegie Foundation and others. They provide billions of dollars as seed money to start university research projects. And then the universities seek government grant funding (the Educational-Research Complex) for continuing and enlarging those projects at the university lab facilities. The Educational-Research Complex represents the largest lobby and control group in Washington. That is exactly the danger President Eisenhower warned about forty years ago.

      The Educational-Research Complex has become so large it is now international. The foundations and universities also seek funding from international groups such as the United Nations. Often the names of the chairmen and directors of the large university laboratories and the chairmen of organizations like WHO, UNICEF and CARE seem to rotate like a game of international musical chairs. The international projects, on the surface, appear to be benign and are concerned with health, food and education in the many nations of the world. But in fact, on closer examination, the projects are focused on eugenics, controlled famine, population control and genocide.

Thus, many people have become concerned about mind-control

Government Contracts, Applied Digital Solutions and Digital Angel continued on
including : InfoTech, Lenovo, IBM, Post Office, Military, COSTO,

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