Constellis Subsidiary Wins $1.3B Protective Service Task Order Under WPS III IDIQ; Terry Ryan Quoted

ConstellisTriple Canopy subsidiary will provide protective support services for the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, under a potential 10-year, $1.3 billion task order awarded through the State Department’s Worldwide Protective Services III contract.

The award also covers the delivery of specialized security support and logistical services in Baghdad, Constellis said Friday.

We are proud that the Department of State has chosen Triple Canopy to continue supporting this mission for the next decade,” said Terry Ryan, CEO of Constellis and a previous Wash100 awardee.

In December 2020, Triple Canopy won a position on the potential 10-year, $15 billion WPS III multiple-award IDIQ contract.

Jim Noe, president of global support operations at Constellis, said Triple Canopy has supported the State Department in high-threat locations overseas for over 15 years and is honored to continue safeguarding U.S. Chief of Mission employees and facilities in Iraq.

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