Army awards $675M security tech operation contract

Awardees will help operate and maintain systems used to control entry into Army facilities.

Twenty-two companies have won spots on a seven-year, $675 million contract to help the Army operate its lineup of electronic security systems.

The Army received 34 bids for this seventh iteration of this contract that covers manpower, equipment and non-personal services.

Winners listed in the Pentagon's Monday awards digest are:

  • Alamo-Evergreen joint venture
  • Atlantic Commtech (incumbent)
  • BCF Solutions
  • Chenega Security
  • Convergint
  • EVigilant
  • GCS-Versar joint venture
  • InDyne (incumbent)
  • Infotec Systems (incumbent)
  • Integrated Security Solutions
  • Johnson Controls (incumbent)
  • KBR (incumbent)
  • Locurrent Systems
  • Low Voltage Wiring (incumbent)
  • M.C. Dean (incumbent)
  • Phoenix Integrated Technologies
  • PTSI Managed Services
  • Red Peak Technical Services
  • SEI Group
  • Security and Energy Technologies
  • Siemens Government Technologies
  • Xator (acquired by Parsons)

Examples of systems supported through this contract include those for intrusion detection, electronic entry control, video such as closed-circuit TV, data transmission and command-and-control.