About NSPS

Securing Critical National Infrastructure

National Strategic Protective Services (NSPS), a joint venture of Triple Canopy and Securiguard, was founded to protect strategic, critical national infrastructure. The leading security companies comprising the NSPS joint venture currently secure United States’ interests both at home and abroad.

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Triple Canopy

Triple Canopy is a leading provider of mission support, security and training services to government agencies and multinational corporations across a range of market sectors and geographies. The company excels at delivering complete program management solutions to help clients achieve critical mission objectives in challenging locations worldwide. From logistics and life support to personal protection and training, clients rely on Triple Canopy to mitigate risk and ensure business continuity. Triple Canopy is ISO 9001:2008 certified and a founding signatory of the International Code of Conduct. Visit the Triple Canopy website.

Securiguard

Securiguard has delivered armed and unarmed protective services with integrity to both government and commercial sectors nationally and internationally. Founded in 1982, the company has earned its reputation of being a highly professional, qualified and responsive security firm. Securiguard has served preferred clients within the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security. The company’s diverse security services include guards, administration, technology, training as well as risk and vulnerability assessments. Visit the Securiguard website.

NSPS Contracts

NSPS was awarded its initial contract in January 2013 by the Department of Energy to deliver protective force services at its Oak Ridge facilities. Oak Ridge is one of the U.S. government’s most unique and critical facilities. It includes three major campuses that conduct multi-program science and technology initiatives on behalf of the DOE and other federal agencies. NSPS is responsible for providing protective force services to the East Tennessee Technology Park, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Joe L. Evins Federal Building, and a portion of the Oak Ridge Reservation.