Jul 4, 2011 ASDNews Source : Kazi Investment Group, LLC
Arlington, Virginia - Kazi Investment Group, LLC (KIG), today announced that it has been selected by the U. S. Army RDECOM Contracting, Natick Contracting Division on behalf of the U.S. Army / Joint Program Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, Force Protection Systems as a prime contractor on RDECOM's ECP3/NIIS (Entry Control Point Phase 3 / Non-Intrusion Inspection System) contract.
Awarded on June 23, 2011, the multiple-award, indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract is for a period of three years plus two 1-year options and an initial total value of $248,512,500. The IDIQ requires the procurement, installation and integration of, and related training on, various force protection surveillance and inspection equipment, including personnel/vehicle/cargo scanners & inspection systems, daytime and infrared surveillance systems, integrated C2 systems (command & control), and biometric systems, as well as related construction and installation of security entry point and perimeter protection systems.
"KIG is honored to have the opportunity to serve the U.S. Army on task orders awarded under this contract and we look forward to supporting this important program," said Bash Kazi, KIG's President. "KIG professionals have many years of dedicated experience to the US Government on counter-narcotics and counter-terrorism efforts in Afghanistan and around the world, and we very much look forward to leveraging our strengths and areas of expertise in support of the US warfighter in Afghanistan."