LMI lands $77.5M Homeland Security contract
Tysons-based contractor to assist efforts countering weapons of mass destruction
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded Tysons-based government and defense contractor LMI a $77.5 million contract to support and advise the department on efforts to prevent chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks.
LMI will provide services to the DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Office. The company will offer expertise on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) subject matter, as well providing other services, including program administration, interagency training exercises, medical operations and information coordination services.
“We are honored to support DHS in its CWMD mission, helping stakeholders from federal decision makers to first responders possess the capabilities to deter, detect, prevent, and respond to CBRN threats,” John Selman, LMI vice president of LMI’s national security programs, said in a statement. “The customer’s trust in our experts and approach amid the current pandemic is a tremendous responsibility. We take this obligation seriously and will bring our best to help DHS protect our citizens.”
LMI has been working with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, military services and defense agencies for six decades. Founded in 1961, LMI provides IT, analytics, logistics and management advisory services to federal clients. The company was originally formed to support the U.S. Department of Defense’s logistics management. Last year, the company reported $329 million in revenue.
“Reinforced by our growth, LMI has the technical capacity and versatility to help the CWMD Office innovate new solutions to complex, dangerous challenges,” Steve Hoffman, LMI’s director of national security science and technology said in a statement. “We are very proud of our support to the CWMD Office and look forward to strengthening our trusted partnership.”