$16 Million Contract Improves Energy Resilience
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) has won a $16 million (€13.5 million) competitively-bid contract from the US Marine Corps to provide technical programmatic support for securing the Corps’ Facility Related Control Systems (FRCS).
The contract includes a base year and four one-year options. CTC is working with a small business subcontractor, Risk Mitigation Consulting, who will provide additional subject matter expertise and programmatic support.
The FRCS programme consists of 350+ networked systems, including utilities, fuelling, fire and life safety, electronic security, and several other platforms associated with the operation of an installation. CTC’s activities under this contract are designed to secure this infrastructure and FRCS data.
Explaining that “the Marine Corps continues to entrust us to help ensure energy resilience through a range of methods and expertise,” Edward J Sheehan, Jr, CTC President and CEO, further stated that “Our experts have been protecting assets, facilities, and infrastructure across the Department of Defense for decades, and will continue to provide the best possible solutions for our clients.”
As a result of CTC’s work, the USMC will reduce energy consumption; extend the operating life of devices, systems, and plants; and enable the implementation and operation of energy-resilient technologies, allowing units to meet mission requirements.