(Oak Ridge, TN) May 31 2017: The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has selected the SOC team for award of a contract for security protective force and system services at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and the NNSA Nevada Field Office (NFO) operated facilities. The contract has an estimated value of $202.94 million over 5 years if all options are exercised.
The SOC team will provide security related work at the NNSS and for NFO operated facilities in North Las Vegas and Nellis Air Force Base. This includes facility protection, patrol services, and protection of nuclear materials associated with the national stockpile stewardship experiments and criticality safety training conducted at the NNSS. PSI was selected as a strategic partner and will provide support in the topical areas of Vulnerability Assessments and Performance Testing, in addition to administering the Human Reliability Program. Other team partners include Longenecker and Associates and MCH Corporation.
“We look forward to working with SOC and our teaming partners to provide the NNSA a high performing, agile, and professional security team at the NNSS,” said PSI CEO Sean Williams. “The NNSS is vital to the Nuclear Security Enterprise, the Department of Defense, and other agencies. PSI is honored to work as a trusted partner with our customer and support their critical mission.”
Established in 1998, PSI is a Service Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that engages industry recognized professionals worldwide to provide security management and consultant services to U.S. Departments and Agencies, international organizations, and commercial corporations. PSI has been supporting the Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration throughout the laboratory complex and the Nuclear Security Enterprise for 20 years. PSI’s services include static, rolling and perimeter security, escort services, facility inspections, vulnerability assessments, force-on-force exercises, personnel security, background investigations, security training, technical security and systems monitoring, cyber security, as well as other specialized security consulting and emergency response activities. Find out more about PSI at www.ProtectionSI.com. Contact Phone: (865) 294-5101.
About SOC, LLC
SOC is a Joint Venture partner of Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC (CNS). CNS currently manages and operates the Pantex Plant and Y-12 National Security Complex on behalf of the National Nuclear Security Administration. SOC has provided best-in-class Safeguards and Security services while protecting national security assets that include Category I Special Nuclear Material in a research, development and manufacturing environments. SOC’s services include static, rolling and perimeter security, escort services, facility inspections, vulnerability assessments, force-on-force exercises, training, technical security and systems monitoring, as well as other special and emergency response activities.
The 1,360-square mile Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is an experimental testing facility and training ground supporting a variety of nuclear nonproliferation and advanced-technology missions vital to national security. NNSS contributes to the safety, reliability, and security of the nuclear weapons stockpile through scientific experiments supporting the science-based Stockpile Stewardship Program. NNSS also provides radiological/nuclear emergency response capabilities and training, and—as a former nuclear test site—also serves as a major center for research and development advancing international nuclear monitoring and verification capabilities.