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By | May 26, 2008

      NASA Gives Virginia Firm $1.56 Billion Contract For Security

      NASA gave Coastal International Security, Inc. of Lorton, Va., an up-to $1.56 billion contract for protective services, the agency announced.

      Coastal will get the full $1.56 billion if all contract options are exercised.

      The company will provide fire services, security services, emergency management, export control, protective services information assurance/technology security, and protective services training throughout the agency.

      That contract is a performance-based indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract enabling all protective services to be provided under a single contract. It will promote synergistic and efficient operations throughout NASA.

      Fourteen firm-fixed priced task orders will be issued under the contract to authorize work at 14 NASA locations throughout the United States immediately following the contract award.

      The value of these task orders will be $1.186 billion. The basic ordering period of the contract is five years, with a not-to-exceed value of $650 million.

      Five one-year ordering options are available under the contract, each with a not-to-exceed value of $130 million. The contract contains an option to increase the maximum value by 20 percent.

      Major subcontractors include Intergraph – IT of Madison, Ala., Arctic Slope Airfield & Range Services of Greenbelt, Md., RONCO Consulting of Washington, Trident Group of Baltimore, Ameriguard Security Services, Inc. of Fresno, Calif., Sallyport Support Services of New Orleans, Excalibur Associates, Inc. of Alexandria, Va., SAGE Systems Technology of Manassas, Va., and American Eagle Security, Inc. of Austin, Texas.

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