In Business

In Business

August 12, 2006

Acquisitions

CompuDyne Corp., an Annapolis-based security products company, acquired Signami LLC, a provider of collection and analysis software and hardware, based in Severna Park. The new acquisition will be teamed with the firm's Data Control Systems division and operate under the name Signami DCS.

New contract

PelicanMobile, a division of Tactical Solutions Partners Inc. of Glen Burnie, received a contract from the Maryland State Highway Administration for $245,000 to provide mobile communications equipment.

New clients

Merkle/Domain, based in Lanham, signed a five-year agreement with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to act as its marketing agent.

Nonprofits news

Easter Seals of Greater Washington-Baltimore Region named Steve Bartlett, president of the Financial Services Roundtable and a former Texas congressman, as chairman of its board effective Sept. 1. New board members are J. David Hoppe, Frank R. Borchert III and Aaro Jean Bell-Reid.

Organization news

National Business Incubation Association elected Ann Lansinger, executive director of Baltimore's Emerging Technology Centers, to its board of directors.

Relocations

Stanton Communications Inc., which has a full-service office in Baltimore, moved its New York office to 400 Madison Ave.

Sports Authority relocated its White Marsh store to newly remodeled quarters at 8200 Perry Hall Blvd.

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