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Volt Telecom Group Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Recertification

Volt Telecom Group (VTG), a premier provider of voice/data switch management, cabling, wireless, and facility security solutions, is pleased to announce it has been recertified ISO 9001:2008 compliant. ISO 9001:2008 is an internationally recognized standard for business Quality Management Systems (QMS) that focuses on continuous improvement as a means to increase client satisfaction. VTG has been ISO 9001:2008 certified since 1999 and will now be certified through 2014.

VTG’s recertification covers business services for dispatch, installation and maintenance of voice and data structured cable operations and professional staffing, and government and commercial contracting.

“VTG uses ISO as an integral part of its management practice, enabling us to develop more stringent management controls and provide sustainable and consistent quality service to our customers,” commented Chuck Scott, VTG Chief Operating Officer.

About Volt Telecom Group, Inc.

Volt Telecom Group (VTG), a wholly owned subsidiary of Volt Information Sciences, Inc., is a full-service provider of security, voice/data switch management, structured cabling, wireless, and facility security solutions to corporate and governmental entities throughout the United States. Our comprehensive planning, design and installation services improve the security of public, private and government facilities nationwide.

Our service experience ranges from individual offices, buildings and locales to enterprise level systems over multiple campuses and government facilities nationwide. We offer maintenance, upgrades and future planning as part of our end-to-end solutions. Customers have benefited from our innovative solutions, and we have worked with them to maximize their return on investment, improve system performance and achieve world-class customer service.

To learn more about Volt Telecom Group, please visit http://www.volt-telecom.com.

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