Navy Selects 5 Small Businesses to Provide Passive Security Barrier Services

U.S. NavyThe U.S. Navy has awarded five small businesses spots on a five-year, $90 million contract to provide passive security barrier services to Defense Department facilities worldwide.

DoD said Thursday the companies can compete for task orders on logistics support; installation, development and field supervision of marine facilities; and engineering, design, prototyping and testing of passive water barrier systems.

The chosen contractors are:

  • Alutiiq Technical Services
  • De La Fuente Construction
  • Iyabak Construction
  • Virtual Computing Technology
  • Windy Bay Services

DoD said the obligated amount for the contract, which runs through May 2020, is $50, 000 from the Navy’s fiscal 2015 operation and maintenance contract funds.

The Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center at Port Hueneme is the contracting activity.

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