Constellis to Deliver Security Services in Kuwait Under $198M Task
Constellis has received a potential seven-year, $198M task order requiring the delivery of security services to Department of Defense personnel deployed at Camp Arifjan and Camp Buehring in Kuwait.
Services outlined in the task order will be performed by Constellis company Triple Canopy.
The award extends Triple Canopy’s nine-year security services support in Kuwait, where it previously assisted in the operation of DOD and the Area Support Group, Constellis said.
Constellis Chief Executive Officer Tim Reardon, a member of the Potomac Officers Club and a recipient of the 2020 Wash100 award, touted his company’s nearly decade-long support to Kuwait and expressed pride in furthering support to DOD’s programs in the region.
Throughout Triple Canopy’s nine-year partnership with DOD in Kuwait, it has delivered a wide range of support services including police administration, law enforcement, access control, statics and roving security, security force supervision and support for security and force protection technological equipment. The company has also provided support for desk sergeants / staff, training for security forces and other security-related functions tied to protecting Army installations, materials, property, and personnel.
The task was awarded under the Department of Defense’s Security Support Services indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity contract out of Army Contracting Command at Rock Island.
Based in Washington D.C., Constellis provides risk management, security, humanitarian, training and operational support services to government and commercial clients worldwide. The company’s solutions can be applied in advanced training, logistics and life support, unmanned aircraft systems and K9 services, and in response and mitigation.
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