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, will act as subcontractor for the security services program.
“We are pleased to welcome NSPS as a part of the Department of Energy team in Oak Ridge, ” said Larry Kelly, manager of DOE’s Oak Ridge, Tenn. office.
NSPS will be responsible for helping secure Oak Ridge National Laboratory, East Tennessee Technology Park, the Joe L. Evins Federal Building and the balance of the Oak Ridge Reservation.
The Y-12 National Security Complex is not covered under the contract.
DOE said a 60-day transition period will start Jan. 22.