HOUSTON -- NASA has selected Chenega Security & Support Solutions, LLC (CS3) of Ashburn, Va., for a $30 million contract to provide protective services at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
The two-year $30 million, firm-fixed price base contract is effective Oct. 1 through Sept. 30, 2014. There are three one-year options worth $45.2 million, which are available through September 2017. Additional work under the contract may be authorized not to exceed $10 million. The total potential value on the contract if all options are exercised is $85 million.
Under the contract, CS3 will provide a full range of services, including armed uniformed security; security system installation, operation and maintenance; locksmith services, personnel security, and emergency management; Emergency Dispatch Center; and Johnson Space Center Protective Services Training.
The protective services contract work will be managed by the Johnson Center Operations Directorate's Protective Services Division. The work will be performed at Johnson, including Ellington Field, the Sonny Carter Training Facility, and the El Paso Forward Operating Location. Work also will be performed at the White Sands Test Facility and White Sands Complex in New Mexico.
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