Chenega Wins $126M Diplomatic Security Bureau Support Contract; Gene Morabito Quoted

Chenega Wins $126M Diplomatic Security Bureau Support Contract; Gene Morabito Quoted
Gene Morabito, President of CSI

Chenega Security International (CSI), a Chenega Corp. subsidiary, has secured a potential nine-year, $126 million contract to provide domestic security installation services to the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, the company announced on Monday.

“Earning this award validated our business strategy, the processes we put in place to increase market share, and the investments we made to further enhance our Electronic Security Systems business line. We look forward to many more years of successfully supporting Diplomatic Security,” said Gene Morabito, president of CSI.

CSI will provide technical security systems design, engineering, implementation, maintenance and repair for all DoS domestic facilities.

The company has a long history of providing a full range of physical security and emergency management services for the U.S. Government customers worldwide. Chenega has more than a decade of experience executing large enterprise projects and providing worldwide service to the federal sector.

“The CSI team is proud to continue Chenega’s long-standing record of supporting the security needs of the Department’s Domestic Management and Engineering Branch,” Morabito added.

About Chenega Corporation

Chenega Corporation has the dual mission to succeed in business to create financial resources for distribution to shareholders, and create and support comprehensive cultural and societal programs and community activities to assist its shareholders, descendants and family members in their journey to economic and social self-determination and self-sufficiency.

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