GAITHERSBURG, MD, March 9, 2009 – GateKeeper USA, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GTKP), announced today the appointment of Randal E. Null, Ph.D., to serve on the Board of Directors Advisory Board. Since December 2006, Dr. Null has been an independent consultant in Homeland Security focusing on Security and Information Technologies to leading companies in the industry such as, L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL), General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). From January 2002 through 2006 he served in numerous roles with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), ranging from Federal Security Director to Chief Technical Officer, and Chief Information Officer. Prior to joining TSA, Dr. Null worked various management positions in the semiconductor industries with Intel, Microchip Technology, Fairchild, and Texas Instruments. Dr. Null holds a BS in Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Engineering from Louisiana Tech University.
“We are extremely pleased and honored to have Dr. Null on our team. His experience in Homeland Security, coupled with his vast knowledge and understanding in the field of Transportation Security will serve as a viable asset to GateKeeper USA as we move forward.” Stated, James W. Wishart, Chairman and CEO of GateKeeper USA Inc.
About GateKeeper USA, Inc.
GateKeeper USA, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, is engaged in the maritime container industry as it relates to container security and protection from potential terrorist attacks. The initial focus of the company is the deployment of a proprietary shipping container security device known as the GateKeeper Container Automated Monitoring System (CAMS). The Company has employed proprietary detection and identification technologies. The technologies to being utilized by the Company provide rapid, automatic and specific real-time analysis, identification and quantification of the chemical, biological and radio active compounds whether in liquid, solid or gaseous states.
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