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Parsons wins electronic security contract

HUNTSVILLE — Parsons has been awarded a position on a $675 million IDIQ multiple award task order contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of the Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville.

The award, which has a base period of three years with two 24-month option periods, is in support of Electronic Security Systems program needs.

“At Parsons, we are committed to delivering security solutions that protect personnel and assets across the globe,” said Jon Moretta, president, Engineered Systems, for Parsons. “As a trusted provider of engineering services and advanced technologies, Parsons is well equipped to support the continued success of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville’s security mission in advancing national interests.”

ESS provides physical security and force protection measures to U.S. government agencies worldwide.

Under this MATOC, Parsons will compete for task orders to provide the personnel, equipment, and services necessary to procure, install, and maintain these ESS.

The Engineering and Support Center Huntsville is responsible for the ESS Program and maintaining the ESS Mandatory Center of Expertise, providing global support to the Department of Defense and other Federal agencies and customers.

Parsons has partnered with USACE for decades, leveraging the company’s expert teams and providing technology-driven solutions to meet critical infrastructure protection, environmental remediation, complex infrastructure, engineering and planning, and program and construction management needs.

Parsons and Xator, a Parsons company, were the top awardees of task order dollars on the previous ESS contract, ESS VI.

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