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Chenega Secures $89M CDC Armed Security Services Contract; Timothy Lamb Quoted

Timothy Lamb

A Chenega Corp. subsidiary has received a potential five-year, $89.2M contract to provide armed security services for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A FedBizOpps notice published Wednesday says Chenega Global Protection will provide such services throughout CDC-owned and leased facilities in Atlanta and Fort Collins, Colo.

“Chenega is proud to be awarded this important project and continue its service to the employees and visitors of the CDC” Timothy Lamb, president of Chenega’s security strategic business unit, told ExecutiveBiz Wednesday.

Services include response and monitoring support related to electronic and mechanical fire alarm systems and other security platforms; operation of X-ray equipment and metal detectors to prevent unauthorized access; and issuance of photo identification and visitor badges, according to the solicitation.

The contract has a one-month transition period, an 11-month base term and four option years.

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