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Friday, 02 June, 2017

NNSA Awards Nevada National Security Site Protective Force Contract to SOC

SOC LLC, a Day & Zimmermann (D&Z) company, has been awarded the protective force services contract for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) under the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). The Nevada National Security Site plays a critical role in maintaining the nation’s nuclear deterrent and supporting other vitally important national security missions. SOC will be supported by integrated small business subcontractors Longenecker & Associates, Protection Strategies, and MCH, who will provide additional expertise in critical performance elements.

 

 “At NNSS, our team of SOC leaders will apply our foundation of strong core values and collective team experience to bring a fresh approach to sustain and strengthen all Nevada National Security Site Protective Force operations,” stated Steve Selfridge, President, SOC. “With our unwavering commitment to safety, we ensure that our Nation’s critical assets are safeguarded, regardless of the potential threat,” he added.

 

SOC is a Joint Venture partner of Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC (CNS).  CNS currently manages and operates the Pantex Plant and Y-12 National Security Complex on behalf of the National Nuclear Security Administration.  SOC has provided best-in-class Safeguards and Security services while protecting national security assets that include Category I Special Nuclear Material in a research, development and manufacturing environments.  SOC’s services include static, rolling and perimeter security, escort services, facility inspections, vulnerability assessments, force-on-force exercises, training, technical security and systems monitoring, as well as other special and emergency response activities.

 

About NNSS

 

The 1,360-square mile Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is an experimental testing facility and training ground supporting a variety of nuclear nonproliferation and advanced-technology missions vital to national security. NNSS contributes to the safety, reliability, and security of the nuclear weapons stockpile through scientific experiments supporting the science-based Stockpile Stewardship Program. NNSS also provides radiological/nuclear emergency response capabilities and training, and—as a former nuclear test site—also serves as a major center for research and development advancing international nuclear monitoring and verification capabilities.



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