The contract is being awarded by the government organization named Integrated Security Support Solutions (IS(3)).
Lockheed Martin is expected to receive $350m on a firm fixed price basis for initial task orders issued under this program and has the potential for up to $112m in additional indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) task order work. The period of performance is five years.
Under the task orders Lockheed Martin is expected to provide commercial and mobile vehicle inspections, armory and ready-for-issue services, pass and ID support services, surveillance detection services and explosive detection dog services at 79 Navy installations throughout the US and Guam.
Carey Smith, vice president of technical services at Lockheed Martin, said: We welcome the opportunity to work as part of IS with the Commander, Naval Installations Command to provide these essential services. We are pleased that our Lockheed Martin team was recognized as offering the highest quality service necessary to meet the security support needs of our Navy.