“LMI brings innovative solutions to this contract, which will allow the government to do better work in managing their border protection facilities nationwide,” said LMI Executive Vice President William B. Moore.
McLean, Va. (PRWEB) June 25, 2010
LMI has been awarded a three-year, $57 million contract to support the management of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facilities nationwide for the Department of Homeland Security.
“LMI brings innovative solutions to this contract, which will allow the government to do better work in managing their border protection facilities nationwide,” said LMI Executive Vice President William B. Moore. “We’ll be providing the Department of Homeland Security with best practices, organizational learning, and efficient processes that will allow the government to improve the management of their facilities through top-notch execution.”
The Program Development and Management Support Services Phase II (PDMSS II) contract, previously held by Parsons, covers facilities nationwide, including offices in Laguna Niguel, Calif., Dallas, and Indianapolis, and more than 1,300 CBP locations in all 50 states. LMI’s goal will be to meet CBP’s strategic goals of expanding or modernizing the already large and diverse set of facilities and infrastructure in place to support the thousands of officers, agents and staff dedicated to the task of protecting American borders.
The total potential value of the award with options is $57 million. The contract supports CBP’s Facilities Management and Engineering directorate, which provides facilities, infrastructure and related services to CBP organizations in direct support of their individual missions.
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