DOE Upholds SCIS Joint Venture’s $1B Savannah Site Security Contract

SRS Critical Infrastructure Security, a joint venture of four companies, can provide protective services at the Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina after DOE reaffirmed its award of a 10-year, $1 billion contract to the industry team.

The department said Thursday it took corrective action following the suspension of work performance under the cost-plus-award-fee contract, originally announced in February.

SCIS is comprised of K2 Solutions, Spectra Tech, Securitas CIS and System Studies and Simulation/Kachemak Bay Flying Service.

The partnership will work to secure physical facilities, personnel, information systems, material transportation and aviation operations at the site.

DOE noted that the contract held by incumbent Centerra is scheduled to conclude Oct. 7,

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