ASRC Federal Secures $100M Contract for DHS Facility Operations Support; Mark Gray Comments

Mark Gray

ASRC Federal‘s field services unit has received a potential $100 million contract to support operations at the Department of Homeland Security‘s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and other ancillary support facilities located in Charleston, South Carolina.

The company said Thursday the contract covers facility maintenance, student assistance and transportation services along with 24/7 site operations for simultaneous training activities that support 400 students and instructional staff at FLETC.

“We are honored to have been selected once again and look forward to continuing to support DHS (FLETC) in training many of its future law enforcement officers,” said ASRC Federal President and CEO Mark Gray, an inductee in Executive Mosaic‘s Wash 100 for 2017.

DHS established the Charleston FLETC facility to provide law enforcement training programs and support services to multiple partner organizations that include the U.S. Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Agriculture Department and U.S. courts.

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