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January 08
ISIS Awarded Multiple Contracts

In the last six months, ISIS has been awarded a number of new government and business contracts for its security, intelligence, technology and training services. These contracts break down as follows:


United States Postal Service (USPS)
This one-year contract with a three-year option calls for investigation services into internal crimes and frauds within the USPS.

Department of State Executive Protection
This multi-year contract encompasses executive protection and armed escort of officials within the border states area.


Defense Information Systems Agency: Encore II Information Technology Services
A five-year contract with five one-year options, Encore II provides IT solutions for activities associated with intelligence and mission support.

US Department of Defense: Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)
This one-year contract with a four-year option requires delivering crucial interoperability and operational testing of warfighter, Department of Defense, federal agencies and commercial companies.

US Army Contracting Command: Non-Intrusive Inspection Systems (NIIS)
This three-year contract requires installation, training and maintenance of new equipment onsite in Afghanistan.

State Department WPS: World Protective Services
A one-year contract with a three-year provides for personal protection, static guard and emergency response team security services as needed worldwide for the Department of Defense in critical or higher-than-critical areas.

In addition, options have been picked up on several ISIS contracts, resulting in continued work for the following:


ISIS is awarded several multiple contracts for commercial clients in Mexico through the El Paso/Juarez office.


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