Woman-owned small business to provide access control services to Missile and Space Intelligence Center
The Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama wants to award a contract to a woman-owned small business vendor that can provide access control-related security services at the MSIC.
The requirement indicates that the chosen contractor will “provide unarmed personnel to perform access control to Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and secure areas controlled by the Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC), monitor and respond as necessary to Intrusion Detection System (IDS) alarms, man Access Control Points (ACPs), perform classified waste collection/removal/destruction services, and escort uncleared personnel at the Richard C. Shelby Center for Missile Intelligence, Building 4545 Fowler Rd, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama or other secure areas on Redstone Arsenal used to house MSIC assets.”
According to a solicitation issued on April 24 by the Virginia Contracting Activity on behalf of MSIC, the government plans to award a firm fixed price type contract for a one-year base period plus a one-year option.
“Personnel stationed at the MSIC Main Gate and Service Gate ACPs must have at least a valid Secret Clearance,” the notice continues. “Personnel performing all other tasks on this contract must have: successfully completed the DIA applicant screening process; successfully completed a Counterintelligence-scope Polygraph (CSP) within the last five (5) years; and have a valid Top Secret security clearance with access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) prior to beginning work.”
Further information is available from Gary Markham, a contracting officer, at 256-313-7621 or firstname.lastname@example.org.