Trofholz Technologies, Inc. of Rocklin has been awarded the highly sought after Electronic Security Systems Small Business Set Aside contract. One of just six small business awardees, Trofholz Technologies, Inc. now has an opportunity to provide the US Army Corps of Engineers with personnel, equipment, tools and materials to procure and install Electronic Security Systems and physical security and force protection measures across the country. The contract is a competitive multiple award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a three-year base period plus one two-year option. The total contract value is $250 million. “This is a tremendous step in the right direction for TTI and our local economy,” said Yvonne Glenn, Trofholz Technologies, Inc. president and CEO. “The subsequent task orders that will come along with this contract could also provide a significant number of new IT and security-related jobs locally and nation-wide.” Trofholz Technologies is continually screening and recruiting qualified candidates for various technical government contract positions. Trofholz Technologies, Inc. is a certified Service Disabled Veteran, woman-owned, small disadvantaged business with a performance reputation and a global presence. TTI was established in 2002 and is headquartered in Rocklin.