The agreement and task order was given by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and is worth at maximum of $46 million over five years.
Under the agreement, the company will work with Homeland Security's Office of Bombing Prevention regarding improvised explosive devices.
"We are extremely honored and excited to have the opportunity to serve DHS by helping in the fight against the threat of improvised explosive devices in the United States," said Dennis Kelly, president and chief executive officer of A-T Solutions.
"At home and abroad, our team of experts delivers realistic and relevant technology-enabled counter-IED training and tools to our warfighters and coalition and partner nations as well as to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies."
A-T Solutions said the first task order received under the blanket agreement -- valued at $3.1 million over 24 months -- it will establish requirements for technical and operational services to the National Protection and Programs Directorate, Infrastructure Protection, Protective Security Coordinate Division and Office for Bombing Prevention.
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