1872 FORCE PROTECTION, LLC
Office of the Chief Executive Officer
Jon D. Panamaroff
1872 FORCE PROTECTION, LLC AWARDED SECURITY SUBCONTRACT FOR CHIEF JOSEPH DAM
For Immediate Release
September 19, 2014
Coulee Dam, WA – 1872 Force Protection, LLC is proud to announce the awarded security subcontract from Doyon Logistic Services, LLC (DLS) for the Chief Joseph Dam. The Chief Joseph Dam is located in Bridgeport, WA and is the largest hydropower producing facility that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
1872 Force Protection subcontracts two armed, senior leadership guard positions: Chief of Guards and Sergeant, for the Chief Joseph’s Dam Security Guard contract, to DLS. DLS is wholly owned by Doyon Government Group, which is the government contracting pillar of Doyon Limited, an Alaskan Native Corporation.
“This contract shows true Native to Native business partnership” said Jon Panamaroff, CEO of Colville Tribal Solutions Corporation (CTSC). “As part of the National Native Community it is great to see that Doyon’s leadership recognized the significance of having a Tribal business being part of the work that is being performed on the Reservation. This is a great example of how we can work together as Natives”.
“Doyon, Limited, as the parent company of Doyon Government Group’s DLS, is proud to partner with CTSC and to be awarded the contract for the Chief Joseph Dam,” said Aaron Schutt, President and CEO of Doyon, Limited. “We look forward to a productive relationship.”
As part of this contract professional security guards provide continuous protection of employees and visitors, access control, process and badge temporary visitors, operate, maintain, and enforce a system of personnel, contractor, and visitor identification.
“The scope of the contract provides a full range of security services in a professional manner that reflects the rich culture of the Colville Tribes,” said Brian Nissen, Chairman for the Board of Directors for CTSC. He continued saying, “This is an opportunity to advance the economic growth and development of the Tribes and its members, which can provide diversification into a new industry that has long term stability. With this comes a sense of pride and sense of ownership from our membership along with long-term job and career opportunities.”
The security subcontract duration is set to begin August 30, 2014 and end June 2, 2015.