MC Dean Awarded $200M US Marshals Security Equipment Installation Contract

Jeff Brody

M.C. Dean has secured a potential five-year, $200M contract to install, maintain and repair electronic security equipment for the U.S. Marshals Services.

The Department of Justice announced the contract award in a notice posted Thursday on the beta SAM website.

Efforts under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract are intended to support a national physical security program.

Tysons, Va.-based M.C. Dean helps government customers equip highly sensitive facilities with security, communications and electrical systems.

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