Chenega Security International Secures $11.3M Contract to Support JBMHH Defense Operations; Tim Lamb Quoted

Tim Lamb
Tim Lamb

Chenega Security International, a Chenega Corporation subsidiary, has received a potential 5-year, $11.3 million contract from the Mission and Installation Contracting Command in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the company reported on Friday. 

“We’re proud to support the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall communities and support the force protection mission of the Military District of Washington” Timothy Lamb, president of Chenega’s security strategic business unit, told ExecutiveBiz Friday.

Under the contract, Chenega Security International will provide operations management and support of the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall (JBMHH) Base Defense Operations Center and Visitor Control Center.

In addition, the company will support force protection efforts. Chenega Security International will provide situational awareness and threat analysis of joint areas of interest throughout the national capital region. 

Chenega will also enhance the base defense plan by conducting identity proofing and vetting for individuals requesting or requiring access to the installation. Chenega Corporation’s security strategic business unit subsidiaries have provided physical security and emergency management services for global U.S. Government customers.

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