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Triple Canopy Lands $48M DHS Protective Services Contract; Mo Mulligan Comments

Triple-canopy_ExecutiveBiz1Triple Canopy has won a potential five-year $47.8 million contract with the Department of Homeland Security to control access at federally-owned and leased facilities in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

Security officers will perform x-ray screening, vehicle access control and mobile and foot patrol services at the sites under the contract, Triple Canopy said Monday.

The contract contains a one-year base period and four option years.

“This award is another important step in expanding our domestic security offerings, ” said Mo Mulligan, Triple Canopy’s president.

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