Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide the Transportation Security Administration with new passenger screening and security equipment across the east and central United States under two, two-year regional task orders worth a combined $72 million.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide new passenger screening and security equipment for the Transportation Security Administration under two, two-year regional task orders worth a combined $72 million.
Under the TSA’s Security Equipment Systems Integration indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract vehicle, Lockheed will help integrate and deploy the systems at airports across the east and central United States, according to a July 28 Lockheed announcement.
The assistance includes Advanced Imaging Technology equipment and software upgrades and involves a complex integration of electrical systems, wireless technologies and existing airport infrastructure.
The company will perform installations at approximately 300 airports across the two regions. Work has already begun at airports in the eastern United States.
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