Transportation awards security contracts worth up to $124 million

The Transportation Department has awarded STG Inc. of Reston, Va., and other vendors a contract to provide for the protection of physical assets, operations and people at the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge, Mass.

STG will provide for the protection of several modes of transportation, logistics processes, and government functions, facilities and operations from sabotage and terrorist attacks, the company said today.

The task orders, which were awarded in June, come under the Transportation Security Solution contract, a five-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity vehicle with a potential value of $124 million.

STG and the other vendors will perform vulnerability assessments and security planning, including threat formulations and assessments, vulnerability assessments and risk analyses; mitigation planning and implementation, including development and installation of integrated physical security systems; and program development support, including contingency and emergency response and recovery operations.

STG is already providing the Volpe Center with a physical security system and an improved command center.

The Volpe Center provides research, analysis and system deployment services to Transportation and other federal, state and local agencies.

Other vendors awarded the IDIQ task orders include:

  • Battelle Columbus Operations of Columbus, Ohio

  • Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean, Va.

  • Johnson Controls Security Systems LLC of Gaithersburg, Md.

  • Lockheed Martin Services Inc. of Cherry Hill, N.J.

  • Science Applications International Corp. of McLean, Va.

  • URS Group Inc. of Gaithersburg, Md.

  • Unisys Corp. of McLean, Va.

About the Author

Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.


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