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Praetorian Standard Lands NASA Contract, Chenega’s Timothy Lamb Comments

Timothy Lamb

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 11, 2019 — Chenega Corp. partner Praetorian Standard Inc., a disabled veteran-owned business, secured its first contract on the heels of a mentorship agreement between the two companies, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

NASA said Feb. 28 it selected PSI, which Chenega’s security and support solutions business has mentored as part of the Small Business Administration’s Mentor-Protege Program, to provide protective services at the Johnson Space Center under a potential $68.25M contract.

Timothy Lamb, president of Chenega’s security strategic business unit, told ExecutiveBiz that the follow-on contract award works to advance the company’s continued support to the space center and drive business.

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