The task orders originate from the UMCSV Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) III contract awarded to SGT earlier this year by the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, for projects designed to increase operational efficiencies, safety, and security throughout federal facilities. SATOC III is a performancebased Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a period of performance of five base years, plus two additional option years, with an award ceiling of $295 million.
“These critical projects will help our military customers enhance the buildings and infrastructure they rely on to support their vital missions, by more efficiently connecting the energy systems, buildings, and the service members who occupy them,” said John Ustica, president and CEO, Siemens Government Technologies.
SGT is at the forefront of providing advanced building and security technologies across the Siemens advanced technology portfolio through modular and flexible building automation and integrated energy efficient systems capable of evolving with any facility over time. As the integrator of Siemens’ comprehensive portfolio of smart infrastructure solutions for federal customers, SGT provides federal agencies with a streamlined procurement and implementation path for improving operational efficiency, reliability, and cost-savings at installations and depots throughout the country and world.
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