Siemens Government Technologies Earns Spot on Electronic Security Systems IDIQ Contract Valued up to
$675 Million

Electronic Security Systems IDIQ Contract

Siemens Government Technologies (SGT), Inc. – the federally-focused U.S. arm of technology powerhouse Siemens – was among 23 vendors selected by the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, to install, service, and maintain Electronic Security Systems (ESS) at government installations under the newest ESS VII Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract valued up to $675 million over the next seven years.
Press Release

SGT teams will provide a wide range of ESS products including intrusion detection systems; access control and video systems; information assurance, data processing and data storage for data transmission systems; command and control systems, and related services. Additional work scope may incorporate automated control systems, including building automation systems, fire alarm systems, life safety systems, chemical / biological / radiological detection / response systems, mass notification systems, and associated technologies.

“We look forward to the opportunity to compete for new projects on this latest generation ESS VII contract vehicle, to build on the extensive expertise we’ve earned as a trusted provider of associated smart infrastructure technologies for the Army Corps of Engineers,“ said John Ustica, president and CEO, Siemens Government Technologies.

SGT has an established track record of applying Siemens’ deep portfolio of building automation, utility monitoring and control systems and enhanced security systems at military installations around the world. SGT continues to deliver a range of services inclusive of heating, ventilation, chiller/boiler controls, utility metering, automated controls, as well as fire alarm, protection and electronic security.

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Electronic Security Systems IDIQ Contract