M.C. Dean secures $250M Washington HQ Services contract
Firm to provide electronic and physical security systems for Pentagon
Tysons-based electrical engineering firm M.C. Dean Inc. won a $250 million contract with the Washington Headquarters Services in Arlington, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday.
Under the firm-fixed price, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Pentagon Force Protection Agency Integrated Security Services Contract, M.C. Dean will provide a total system approach for providing integrated electronic and physical security systems for the Pentagon Reservation, Mark Center, Defense Health Headquarters, Department of Defense leased facilities, Raven Rock Mountain Complex in Pennsylvania as well as Washington County, Maryland. The contract provides baseline support — system support, maintenance repair and logistics — to security applications at the facilities.
Work will be performed at the Pentagon and the Mark Center and has an expected completion date of Dec. 16, 2026.
M.C. Dean designs, builds, operates and maintains cyber-physical solutions for government agencies as well as corporations, hospitals and biotechnology firms. The company has more than 4,500 employees