Constellis Gets $198M DoD Security Support Task Order; Tim Reardon Quoted

Constellis Gets $198M DoD Security Support Task Order; Tim Reardon Quoted
Tim Reardon CEO Constellis

Constellis has received a potential four-year, $198M task order to provide security operations support for the Department of Defense at Camp Buehring and Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.

Triple Canopy, a Constellis subsidiary, will perform work on the task order, which has a one-year base term and three option years and was awarded through DoD’s Security Support Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Constellis said Tuesday.

Triple Canopy has been supporting DoD and area support group in Kuwait for nine years by providing law enforcement, police administration, access control, static and roving security, security force supervision, IDS monitors, training, support for security and force protection technological equipment and other security-related support to help protect U.S. Army personnel, bases and property.

“We are very pleased to be part of this new contract after nearly a decade of providing essential operations in Kuwait,” said Tim Reardon, CEO of Constellis and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner. “It is important work, and we’re proud to continue supporting the DOD’s programs in the region.”

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