Va. joint venture lands $1B Dept. of Energy contract
SRS Critical Infrastructure Security LLC (SCIS) to provide security for nuclear materials
The Office of Environmental Management (EM) awarded Herndon-based joint venture SRS Critical Infrastructure Security LLC (SCIS) a 10-year, potential $1 billion contract to provide security services, the Department of Energy announced Friday.
The goal of the contract is to provide security for special nuclear materials under the Safeguards and Security (S&S) program. SCIS includes Securitas CIS Inc., K2 Solutions Inc. Spectra Tech Inc. and System Studies & Simulation Inc. (S3I)/Kachemak Bay Flying Service (KBFS). OLH Inc. is the subcontractor.
“The S&S program ensures that the department efficiently and effectively meets all its obligations to protect special nuclear material, other nuclear materials, classified matter, sensitive information, government property and the safety and security of employees, contractors and the general public,” according to the Energy Department.
Work will be performed at the Savannah River Site (SRS) near Aiken, South Carolina. SCIS will provide services including program management, protective force, physical protection, information security, personnel security, law enforcement, aviation operations and material transportation security and coordination.
Centerra, a subsidiary of Herndon-based Constellis LLC, currently holds the contract, which will expire on June 7. SCIS will assume the contract at that time.