Integrity Consulting tapped for $25M force protection contract

Integrity Consulting Engineering and Security Solutions, of Frederick, Md., has won a $25 million contract for program management services for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s anti-terrorism and force protection ashore program.

The services will be proved globally. The work includes programmatic, technical and administrative support of the systems being implemented by the program. The systems include force protection, emergency management and IT systems.

The contract is for five years and was set-aside for a service-disabled, veteran owned company. Work will be performed at Navy locations around the world.

Four companies bid on the contract.


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