ICE Seeking Security
Federal immigration officials are seeking armed guards for numerous regions in Colorado.
A government document found on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site shows that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is requesting information for a security contract that is estimated to be worth of up to 45 million. According to the request, ICE will need guard services for approximately 200 posts in the Denver Federal Center, Fort Collins, Boulder, Greeley, and Western Slope areas.
Some positions will require 24/7 operations, and ICE is offering various start dates for interested contractors:
The government estimates the contact value will range form 35 million to 45 million, and more information should become available after a draft proposal is written by federal officials.
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