Ignacio Balderas: Triple Canopy Seeks Talent Base Growth Through Employee Ownership

Ignacio Balderas
Ignacio Balderas Triple Canopy has established an employee-owned company through a new employee benefit structure. The company forged an employee stock ownership plan for employees to obtain shares in the company, Triple Canopy said Friday. Ignacio Balderas, Triple Canopy CEO, said the company intends to expand its employee base and retain skills through the new ownership structure. Triple Canopy...

Triple Canopy JV Wins $181M for Natl Lab Security

A Triple Canopy-Securiguard joint venture has won a potential $181,672,893 contract from the U.S. Energy Department for security services at a national laboratory, the department said Thursday. Reston, Va.-based National Strategic Protective Services LLC won the potential five-year contract, which contains three base years and a two-year option. Santa Fe Protective Services, a woman-owned small business,...

Triple Canopy Names 28-Year Army Vet Chris Sorenson COO; Ignacio Balderas Comments

Chris Sorenson Triple Canopy has appointed retired Army Col. Chris Sorenson to succeed Jay Christy as chief operating officer, the company said Monday. Sorenson, a 28-year Army veteran, most recently served as the first commander of the Military Information Support Operations Command. “I am very pleased to have Chris Sorenson take on this position,” CEO Ignacio Balderas said. “My sincere...

Triple Canopy Names Patrick Garvey Govt Relations Lead; Ray Randall Comments

Triple Canopy has appointed former senior Senate staffer Patrick Garvey vice president of government relations, the company announced Tuesday. The U.S. Navy captain will direct the company’s government relations initiatives and support business development activities at the company. Garvey has more than 22 years of experience in national security policy from both the Navy and Capitol Hill, said...

Triple Canopy Wins $159M Afghanistan Security Services Contract

Triple Canopy has won a $159,972,048 U.S. Army contract to provide security services in Afghanistan, the Defense Department announced Monday. The Pentagon expects work under the firm-fixed-price contract to be completed by Jan. 26, 2017. The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Rock Island, Ill., is the contracting activity.

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