Tysons, Virginia-based M.C. Dean has secured a $250 million contract to help the Pentagon Force Protection Agency implement an integrated system to secure the Defense Department’s electronic and physical assets.
The company will support the operation, maintenance and logistics of systems at the Pentagon Reservation, Defense Health Headquarters, Raven Rock Mountain Complex, Mark Center and other facilities occupied by department personnel, DOD said Thursday.
Washington Headquarters Services expects work under the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to conclude on Dec. 16, 2026.
The contract comes less than two weeks after WHS awarded a $119.3 million contract to Security 1 Solutions to help protect department assets and operations within the National Capital Region.