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FCC seeks ‘deterrent’ force

Perhaps it should not come as a surprise that the Federal Communications Commission is seeking a uniformed protective force, given the tone of civic discourse these days and the high-stakes, big-bucks media, telecom and IT issues the commission regularly debates. Plus, of course, people do feel strongly about their TV.

According to solicitation number SOL10000004, the FCC is looking for a contractor who can “manage, train and maintain a uniformed security force that shall constitute a deterrent against unauthorized, illegal, or potentially life-threatening activities directed toward the agency’s employees, visitors, sensitive information, and properties.”

The FCC requests quotations for these services in the solicitation posted January 15, 2010. No response deadline was specified in the solicitation.

For additional information, contact Joyce Terry-Butler, at [email protected] or at 202-418-1857.


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