Defendant MSA is Really Three Giant Companies: Leidos, Jacobs, and Centerra Group

According to their website, MSA represents the joining of three companies to perform work for the Department of Energy.  Their website describes the companies as follows:

Mission Support Alliance is made up of Leidos, Jacobs and Centerra Group – as well as several partners with specialized Hanford expertise. MSA provides integrated infrastructure services for the Hanford cleanup mission, including, but not limited to: roads and transportation services; electrical and water services; facility maintenance; emergency response (fire and patrol) services; network and software engineering; cyber security and records management; as well as environmental compliance and clean energy solutions.

Mission Support Alliance, LLC

  • Leidos brings a mix of innovative technology and sector expertise to customers in civil, defense, intelligence & homeland security, and health markets. We look for solutions that not only transform businesses, but change the world.
  • Jacobs is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of professional technical services. Jacobs has a 40-year history of operating, decommissioning, and closing nuclear facilities and operating bases and command centers for large-scale Department of Defense (DOD) and NASA programs.  We have successfully completed projects at DOE sites such as Fernald, Hanford, Oak Ridge, and Weldon Springs.
  • Centerra Group contractually performs security, law enforcement, operations and maintenance, fire suppression and prevention, facility services management, training, emergency medical services, airfield management, and aircraft operation and maintenance for federal, state and local government agencies.  Centerra Group has more than 50 years of direct experience supporting DOE programs.

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