SOC, A Day & Zimmermann Company, is part of the RMGS-led team placed on the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Assessment, Exercise, and Modeling & Simulation Support (AEMSS) potential $850 million multiple award contract. The IDIQ award from DTRA’s Nuclear Enterprise Contracting Office has a five-year base period of performance, along with five option years, and contract work will occur at various locations worldwide.
Partnering with RMGS, as one of the three prime small business awardees, SOC will support DTRA’s capabilities for countering and addressing weapons of mass destruction risks. Task orders awarded under the IDIQ will address training, mission rehearsal and countermeasures assessments designed to counter weapons of mass destruction threats and boost chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense.
SOC will be leveraging our 75 year history supporting the Department of Energy, including safeguards, security, emergency services to protect national security assets that include Category I Special Nuclear Material and support of global nonproliferation efforts.
RMGS is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). A nation building, capacity development company, RMGS provides safety and security related training, exercises, technology, and advisory services to the US government and partner nations.
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) traces its roots back to the Manhattan Project in 1942. A mission that began strictly as a weapons development program, expanded during the Cold War and eventually included non-nuclear weapons development nonproliferation efforts. The November 1997 Defense Reform Initiative joined the Defense Special Weapons Agency and the On-Site Inspection Agency with two defense programs: the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program (CTR) and Chemical-Biological Defense Program, Science and Technology component, forming the core elements of the new agency. DTRA was formally established on October 1, 1998. Additionally, the Joint Improvised Defeat Organization joined DTRA in October 2016 and this department was later merged into DTRA's current Operations Integration Directorate.
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Safeguards, Security, Emergency Services, O&M to protect U.S. National Security- Currently, SOC fills a critical role in protecting the research and development that supports the nation’s nuclear deterrent and other important national security missions. We deliver award-winning security and emergency services operations solutions for more than five U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites, providing protection of personnel, equipment, facilities, and assets around the clock. DOE operations supported include: The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), Pantex Plant, Y-12 National Security Complex, and other major national laboratories.
Read more about our 75 Years of Service to DOE here.