MC Dean Wins Potential $98M Navy IDIQ to Build Electronic Security, Emergency Mgmt Systems

Jeff Brody

M.C. Dean has secured a potential six-year, $98M contract to provide electronic security and emergency management systems for installation on shore facilities operated by the Department of Defense and U.S. federal government worldwide.

The Tysons, Va.-based company will design, develop and sustain platforms to help customers address potential risks to cyber and physical assets, DoD said Wednesday.

The the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has an ordering period of five years.

The Naval Information Warfare Center received one offer for the IDIQ through an online solicitation process and will obligate $25K at the time of award.

Seventy-seven percent of contract work will occur in Washington, D.C., and the remaining 23 percent will take place in Charleston, S.C. 

The Pentagon expects M.C. Dean to complete services by January 2026.

M.C. Dean offers systems integration and electrical design-build services encompassing telecommunications, electrical, electronic security, command-and-control and life safety.

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