RiverTech to Help NASA Secure Stennis Space Center

operational security1RiverTech LLC has received a potential $25.5 million contract from NASA to provide security services at the agency’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.

NASA said Saturday that RiverTech will work to protect physical infrastructure and personnel, manage access control, perform badging, handle 911-dispatch center and provide traffic control and locksmith services to the facility.

The initiative seeks to secure the center’s resident organizations, onsite contractors and commercial tenants.

The contract contains a one-month phase-in period, 23 base months and three option years.

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