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Reston, VA, August 10, 200 4 ?STG, Inc., a leading provider of information technology (IT), technical security, engineering, and scientific services support to the U.S. Federal Government, announced today an award from the Department of Transportation?s (DOT) John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center) under the Transportation Security Solutions (TSS) contract to provide for the protection of physical assets, operations, and people, including the protection of several modes of transportation; logistics processes; and Government functions, facilities, and operations from sabotage and terrorist attacks. This TSS award is one of nine (9) 5-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, task order contracts with a potential value of $124M.
The STG team, consisting of STG, Barry Security, American Systems Corporation, DMJM + H arris, Intergraph Solutions Group, Inc., and Access Systems Inc., will perform in the following task areas: vulnerability assessments and security planning ( threat formulations and assessments, vulnerability assessments, risk Analyzes, and other studies and Analyzes) , mitigation planning and implementation (design, development, deployment, and installation of integrated physical security systems) , and program development support ( including contingency and emergency response and recovery operations) .
The Volpe Center is an organization within the Research and Special Programs Administration of the DOT. The Center provides research, analysis, and system deployment services to DOT and other Federal, State, and local agencies in connection with the transportation, logistics, and operations-related components of their missions.
?We are extremely proud to support this vital organization and assist the U.S. Department of Transportation?s Volpe Systems Center and other modal administrations of the Department of Transportation, and other Federal, State, and local agencies in maximizing the safety, security, and operability of elements of the Nation?s infrastructure,? said John Barrass, STG Senior Vice President of National Security and Foreign Affairs Sector.
STG is already a proven performer at the Volpe Center, having recently enhanced the Center?s current physical security system with improvements to its existing access control and closed circuit television (CCTV) systems, including digital video system (DVS) recording, optical turnstiles with biometrics, a wireless intercom system, and an improved Command Center for the Volpe Center campus.
Celebrating 20 years of excellence, STG has provided the