Siemens Subsidiary Secures Potential $295M Army Facilities Modernization, Automation Contract
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center has awarded Siemens Government Technologies a potential $295 million single-award task order contract for modernization and automation services and technologies. The contract is indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity in nature and has a five-year base period and two option years.
The products and services that SGT will provide are designed to increase operational efficiency, safety and security at federal facilities.
Other products and services that will be provided under the contract are utility monitoring and control systems; heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems; supervisory control and data acquisition systems; electronic security systems; and other industrial control systems. The technologies will be installed at federally owned buildings and facilities located in different locations around the world, SGT said Tuesday.
John Ustica, the CEO of SGT and a Potomac Officers Club member, said the company provides building automation systems with open and backward-compatible interfaces. These systems ensure that facilities are safe and secure.
The Army Engineering and Support Center is a component of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that deliver solutions that support national security, disaster risk management and the economy. It is located in Huntsville, Alabama.
Siemens Government Technology, a subsidiary of Siemens Corp., offers smart infrastructure, secure energy, digitalization, cybersecurity and automation solutions to clients in the defense and federal government sectors. It is headquartered in Reston, Virginia.
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