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DHS Awards LMI $25M Task Order to Provide Program Management and Technical Support Services

The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate Office of National Laboratories awarded LMI a $25 million task order with options for multiple years to provide program management and technical support services with two additional one-year options to extend the task order, LMI announced on Tuesday

LMI will provide ONL with program management, science, engineering, and technical services. Additional services encompass policy and procedure development, strategic planning, budget formulation, acquisition and program management planning, and administration of laboratory construction and upgrade projects.

The task order was awarded to LMI under the General Service Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Unrestricted Pool 1 contract vehicle. The national laboratories coordinate a network of more than a dozen DHS and Department of Energy laboratories addressing homeland security threats and vulnerabilities.

“LMI has developed exceptional expertise in program management and technical services support, particularly over the last five years in support of ONL,” said John Selman, LMI vice president for national security. “We are honored to continue supporting ONL’s work to harness capabilities from across its extensive network to advance the homeland security mission.”

“Our wide-ranging services will enhance the organizational strengths of ONL and S&T-owned laboratories, which play a pivotal role in delivering science and technology solutions to homeland security challenges,” said Scott Recinos, director of LMI’s DHS support. “We understand ONL’s mission well and are excited for this opportunity to serve.”

About LMI

LMI is a consultancy dedicated to improving the business of government, drawing from deep expertise in advanced analytics, digital services, logistics and management advisory services. Established as a private, not-for-profit organization in 1961, LMI is a trusted third party to federal civilian and defense agencies, free of commercial and political bias. Headquartered in Tysons, VA, LMI has 1,400 employees nationwide.

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