Chantilly, VA — Continuity Global Solutions, LLC has secured a task order for replacing the existing Building Automated System (BAS) at the U. S. Embassy in Budapest, Hungary. This project is the latest award Continuity has won under the U.S. Department of State’s CAG/CST IDIQ contract, the purpose of which is supporting the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations by securing overseas locations.
Continuity won a seat on this CAG/CST IDIQ contract in December 2021 and has now secured associated task orders for projects in Cairo, Milan, and Budapest. After executing contracts for the U.S. Department of State across 30 countries over the past two decades, Continuity has built a track record of success offering security, operational, and logistical support to U.S. Missions.
When it was announced, Continuity CEO Steve Hartsuff credited his team with the win. “Our people have built the relationships and gathered the resources needed to support the U.S. Department of State efficiently and effectively. We are committed to delivering superior service and real value on this mission in Budapest.”
Continuity Global Solutions is a Defense and Government Services contractor headquartered in Washington, DC with a global presence in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East. Continuity serves the highest levels of US and foreign governments and commercial enterprises around the world. Continuity’s personnel consistently go the extra mile to provide reliable and comprehensive services to our clients regardless of the challenge.