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Chenega Infinity Tapped for Physical Security Services to DARPA; Timothy Lamb Comments

Timothy Lamb

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 20, 2018 — A Chenega subsidiary will provide physical security services to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency under a potential $42.2M contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

DARPA said in a FedBizOpps notice Chenega Infinity will work with the agency’s security and intelligence directorate in its efforts to protect DARPA personnel, business operations and facilities.

“Chenega is very pleased to have the opportunity to serve the Security and Intelligence Directorate of DARPA by providing physical security support services at its facility in Arlington, Va.,” Timothy Lamb, president of Chenega’s security strategic business unit, told ExecutiveBiz.

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