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Argus International Risk Services, LLC

Dba The Argus Companies

Protective Services Catalog

Global Security Without Compromise


GSA Schedule 84 #GS-07F-0085Y

Total Law Enforcement and


Security Solutions

Federal Supply Schedule


Price List Revised:

December, 2015

Argus International Risk Services, LLC


Dba TheArgusCompanies

OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Recognized


Jon Snyder/Argus CEO & Founder
2014 PATRIOT EMPLOYER AWARD RECIPIENT

ABOUT US
Argus International Risk Services, LLC, Dba The Argus Companies (TAC) is a Service
Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and prime federal security and
intelligence services contractor.
Driven from a patriot foundation and an unwavering commitment to protecting the
United States of America through employing our nation's honorably-discharged veterans,
our core mission has vectored towards delivering critical infrastructure protective services
to US Government and Department of Defense (DOD) customers.
Argus is an active prime and self-performing contractor to the U.S. Army, USDA
Animal Plant & Health Inspection Services/Plant Protection Quarantine, and the National
Oceanic Atmospheric Administration with a perfect 100% past performance record. Argus
also performs in the subcontractor role for government prime contractors on Intelligence
Community projects.
Our experience has been relied upon to handle the most sensitive of mission
environments, to include protecting Department of Homeland Security designated
sensitive facilities which have historically been subject to acts of terrorism. As of 2015,
over 50 million square feet and $1 billion worth of US Government property is under the
armed protection of Argus Mission Partners.
The Argus management team has
spearheaded some of the most
comprehensive global security, military,
and law enforcement projects
imaginable. The depth of our project
expertise spans five continents and 25 +
countries worldwide.
Our mission focus is to deliver
excellence in contract law enforcement Figure 1: Argus Security at U.S. Army facility
and special police, uniformed guard
services, force p rotection specialists, and
critical infrastructure protection throughout the United States, outlying territories, and
forward operating bases (FOB). We accomplish our mission through a highly-trained
and dedicated workforce that understands mission success, loyalty to country, and
discretion, all with a hands-on, customer-centric approach.
We are global security and protective services experts! Our senior leadership are Department of
Defense (DoD) certified Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Officers and recognized Subject Matter
Experts (SME) on Terrorism/Counterterrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction by DoDs
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Defense Information Analysis Center (CBRNIAC) and
are certified from the Defense Threat Reduction University Nuclear Weapons School in Nuclear
Emergency Team Operations.
Argus International Risk Services, LLC
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is what makes Team Argus Superior


Argus University The Global Institute for Training and Special Studies
Argus offers some of the most
comprehensive law enforcement and
security services training in the industry
from our 98,000 square foot training
center based in Orlando, Florida called
Argus University - The Global
Institute for Security and Special
Studies. Training is emphasized
throughout employment and is
delivered through in-resident, Mobile
Training Units (MTU), and our Elearning platform. Our protective
personnel are trained to the highest
standards based on known security
industry Best Practices.
Argus University has trained over 1000
students in security related disciplines.
Our protective services team are
consistently evaluated through
classroom and role-playing training
elements and promoted based on
standards of excellence inperformance
and customer service satisfaction reports.

Figure 4: Marine Special Operations Instructor Cadre

Figure 2: Houston SWAT Chief training Argus Nuclear Response Team on Low Light
Building Searches

Figure 3: Argus cadets training on less- lethal Baton techniques.

Electronic Course Catalog:


http://issuu.com/thearguscompanies/docs/catalog_2014/1

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TEAM TRAINING IMAGES

Figure 5: Defense Tactics (DT) training

Figure 7: Vehicle dismount and target engagement

Figure 6: Shotgun and Speedloading training

Figure 8: Shooting on the Move

Figure 9: Sidearm qualification course using IPSEC target

Argus International Risk Services, LLC


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CUSTOMER SERVICE and QUALITY CONTROL


Argus offers impeccable customer service and quality control measures designed to make the
Contracting Officers experience efficient and hassle-free. During an independent customer audit
by Dun & Bradstreet Government Solutions, Argus received an incredible 97 point rating out of
100 across our customer accounts. At Argus, we affectionately say that we believe and practice:

Argus International Risk Services, LLC


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LARGE SUPPLY CHAIN CAPABILITY


Argus and ABM Security Services (NYSE-traded at $4.8 Billion Annual Revenue) have a fully
approved Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Mentor/Protg (M&P) agreement which is
authorized as part of the DHS Office of Small Business Development. The M&P agreement mitigates
any potential small business concerns of financial, bonding, contract management, geographic
offerings, and guard performance capacity for our customers.
A current successful contracting relationship, Argus and ABM are actively performing on federal
contract(s) together with 100% Past Performance success.

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS
I consider Argus one of my top Guard companies. Argus has been exceptional in
solving any small issues that have arisen. They are extremely proactive in
communicating with me and our field station site.
Anthony P. - US Government Regional Security Specialist
"We were in need of international security and logistics services in Haiti for high level
meetings and tour of facilities throughout Port Au Prince. Argus was highly
recommended to us. Our head of global security is a retired FBI agent and he checked
out Argus thoroughly and found they were the resource we should use. The byproduct
was outstanding service delivered to our Fortune 400 CEO and his family, and the rest
of our team. Argus provided secure lodging at their facility, armed security, and
transportation services. The Diplomatic Customs entrance and exit in Port Au Prince
was far beyond the capabilities of any other provider. Argus has now become our only
choice for all international security operations."
Milton Rosario, Ph.D.
Director, Mexico, Caribbean, South America, Fortune 400 Company
"As a senior meeting planner with a major NYSE pharmaceutical company (Vertex
Pharmaceuticals) I had the opportunity to work directly with Jon Snyder and the team
from Argus. Jon and his associates were always extremely professional with years of
security experience. I worked with Jon and his team both in domestic locations as well
as many locations in Europe. His team always arrived on location early in preparation for
our upcoming events and made sure our venues were secure.
Corporate Espionage can be devastating to any organization; my company trusted Jon
and the team from Argus to protect our most sensitive medical data. Time and time
again Jon and the team from Argus succeeded in that role. I would recommend the team
from Argus to any corporation looking to protect their sensitive information and keep it
out of the hands of their competitors."
Robert Hurley, Sr. Meeting
Planner NYSE-traded
company

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION


FEDERAL ACQUISITION SERVICE
AUTHORIZED FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CATALOG/PRICE LIST
On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date
pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order is available through GSA
Advantage!, a menu-driven database system. The INTERNET address for GSA
Advantage! http://www.gsaadvantage.gov
SCHEDULE TITLE: Federal Supply Schedule 084 entitled Alarm and Signal Systems,
Facility Management Systems, Professional Security/Facility Management Services,
and Protective Services Occupations (Guard Services)
FSC Group: 6350
CONTRACT NUMBER: GS-07F-0085Y
CONTRACT PERIOD: November 08, 2011 November 07, 2016
For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the GSA
Schedules link at www.gsa.gov
CONTRACTOR:

Argus International Risk Services, LLC


Dba: The Argus Companies & Defense Contracting Activity
900 S. Federal Highway, Suite 310
Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: 888-935-6993 x. 600
Fax: 703-783-0063
Web Address: http://www.Go-Argus.com;

CONTRACTORS ADMINISTRATION
SOURCE: Mr. Jon Snyder, President & CEO
900 S. Federal Highway, Suite 310
Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: 888-935-6993 x. 600
Fax: 703-783-0063
Email: j.snyder@Go-Argus.com
BUSINESS SIZE: Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
CUSTOMER INFORMATION:
1a.

TABLE OF AWARDED SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS


(SINs) SIN DESCRIPTION
246-54
Protective Service Occupations (Guard Services)
246-52
Professional Security/Facility Management Services

1b.

LOWEST PRICED MODEL NUMBER AND PRICE FOR EACH SIN:


(Government net price based on a unit of one)
N/A

1c.

HOURLY RATES:

See Excel Tables Included for Rates and Geographic Service


Florida Schedule Pricing
SECURITY SUPERVISOR

$59.36

SECURITY ADMIN
OFFICER
- DOL Code 01262

GUARD I - DOL Code


27101

$33.30

GUARD II - DOL Code


27102

22.37

$32.93

Collective Bargaining Agreement Specialty Wage Determination Rates


Conformed CBA-2015-7419, Revision No: 0, Dated Revised 1/22/2015
$67.03

$38.54

$27.51

$43.08

Massachusetts Schedule Pricing (Barnstable Pricing)


SECURITY
SUPERVISOR

$68.92

SECURITY
ADMIN
OFFICER
- DOL Code
01262
$38.58

GUARD I - DOL
Code 27101

SECURITY
ADMIN
OFFICER
- DOL Code
01262

GUARD I - DOL
Code 27101

$33.94

GUARD II - DOL
Code 27102

$39.96

Utah Schedule Pricing


SECURITY
SUPERVISOR

$67.18

$37.31

$28.49

GUARD II - DOL
Code 27102

$38.62

Oregon Schedule Pricing (Lincoln County)


SECURITY
SUPERVISOR

$70.14

SECURITY
ADMIN
OFFICER
- DOL Code
01262
$39.07

GUARD I - DOL
Code 27101

SECURITY
ADMIN
OFFICER
- DOL Code
01262
$38.58

GUARD I - DOL
Code 27101

$26.37

GUARD II - DOL
Code 27102

$34.47

Texas (All Counties)


SECURITY
SUPERVISOR

$68.92

$32.42

GUARD II - DOL
Code 27102

$37.54

SIN 246-52 - Professional Security/Facility Management Services


Labor Categories
Force Protection Agent
Executive Protection Agent
Executive Protection Detail Supervisor
Foreign Travel Security Consultant
Crisis Management Specialist

Pricing
$71.20
$94.39
$103.00
$87.88
$77.34

Law Enforcement/Security Vehicle - Leased/Contractor Owned/Operated CFR 45.101

Geographic Pre-Approved Locations

1) State of Florida: Approved Counties: Broward, Dade, Glades,


Hendry, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, St Lucie, Monroe
2) State of Utah: All counties
3) State of Texas
4) State of Oregon: County: Lincoln
5) State of Massachusetts (All counties based in DOL Wage Determination 05-2257 to
include Gloucester, MA)
Geographic Service Capability
All 50 States, and outlying territories Addition of geographic coverage region will be
updated as the customer requires.
Labor Category Descriptions Guard I Unarmed
General Duties and Responsibilities: Provides deterrence against the commission of
wrongful acts committed against client employees, visitors, guests, their persons and
property and property of the client; aids in discovery of security violations and early
reporting of emergencies; provides directions, and informational assistance to employees,
visitors and guests. Works from a fixed post and/or conducts roving patrols of facilities,
grounds, parking lots, garages, and out buildings, etc. Remains alert to security risks and
exposures and reports security, medical or other incidents requiring a public safety
response and conducts general observation for fire or other hazardous conditions. Monitors
intrusion detection, personal security devices, CCTV, fire and water pressure systems;
screens employees, guests and visitors entering assigned area; controls, issues and records
visitor passes; maintains duty logs, and records visitor ingress and egress. Prepares written
reports detailing security related activity and incidents and is direct report to first-line
supervisor; testifies in administrative hearings, civil and criminal proceedings; this position

intervenes only when minimal action to safeguard persons or


Guard II - Armed
General Duties and Responsibilities: Provides deterrence against the commission of
wrongful acts committed against client employees, visitors, guests, their persons and
property and property of the client; aids in discovery of security violations and early
reporting of emergencies; provides directions, and informational assistance to employees,
visitors and guests. Works from a fixed post and/or conducts roving patrols of facilities,
grounds, parking lots, garages, and out buildings, etc. Remains alert to security risks and
exposures and reports security, medical or other incidents requiring a public safety
response and conducts general observation for fire or other hazardous conditions.
Monitors intrusion detection, personal security devices, CCTV, fire and water pressure
systems; screens employees, guests and visitors entering assigned area; controls, issues
and records visitor passes; maintains duty logs, and records visitor ingress and egress.
Prepares written reports detailing security related activity and incidents and is direct
report to first-line supervisor; testifies in administrative hearings, civil and criminal
proceedings; When appropriate provides assistance to Unarmed Guard I, II positions. This
position intervenes when action to safeguard persons or property is appropriate.
Security Admin Officer
Answering telephone, taking and delivering messages, use of a computer and knowledge
of job related applications software, typing, filing, mail receipt, sorting and delivery,
database entry and maintenance, and providing general clerical support functions;
perform in a courteous and professional manner when interacting with co- workers, public
safety personnel, client employees, visitors and guests.
Unarmed Guard I job- descriptions are customized to meet the requirements of each
assignment, exigent circumstances related thereto, and are subject to client approval.
Security Supervisor
Leadership, oversight, inspection and support of security personnel and security
operations; ensures compliance with task orders, client and ARGUS policies and
procedures; ensure proper use, accountability, and care of Government furnished
property; conducts routine self-assessments in compliance with requirements of the Quality
Control/ Assurance Plan; ensures compliance with applicable provisions of Safety, Health
and Environmental Plans; uses delegated authority in disciplinary actions and makes
disciplinary recommendations as appropriate; provide deterrence against unauthorized
and/illegal activities, including potentially life-threatening activities, protection of
information, programs, Government facilities and Government property; ensures the safety
and security of client personnel, visitors and property; provides deterrence against the
commission of wrongful and unsafe acts; aids in discovery and reporting of security
violations; early notice of emergencies, preliminary evaluation, response to, reporting and
assurance of appropriate contractor, civil/federal response; makes detention of miscreants
when lawful and appropriate; schedules; counsels and disciplines personnel, inspects,
spot-trains, up-dates to client/ARGUS Post Duties, conduct quality assurance compliance
program, etc.; Shift Supervisors promote law and order; lead, teach and motivate security
personnel; conduct access control functions related to employee, visitor, and guest ingress
and egress in controlled environments; provide directions, and informational assistance to
employees, visitors and guests. responds per client directives and instructions to
emergency situations including, but not limited to: demonstrations; crowds that pose a
threat; bomb threats; bombings; civil disturbances; security breaches; fires; explosions;

electrical failures; loss of water pressure; chemical and gas leaks; natural disasters;
biological, nuclear and chemical threats; medical emergencies; facility alarms (security,
fire-alarm, duress, and intrusion detection systems) security violations; remains alert to
security risks and exposures, and reports, records, security, medical or other incidents;
conducts general observation for fire or other hazardous conditions; secures entrances and
exits during periods of an emergency; controls, issues and records visitor passes;
maintains duty logs, and records; prepares written reports detailing security related
activity and incidents; communicate via two-way radio s and cellular phones; proficient in
the use of hand-held firearms and such other lethal and non-lethal equipment as required
for task fulfillment; testifies in administrative hearings, civil and criminal proceedings; Shift
Supervisors conduct themselves in a courteous and professional manner when interacting
with co- workers, civil/federal law enforcement personnel, client employees, visitors and
guests. This position intervenes when action to safeguard persons or property is
appropriate.
Police Officer I
Meets within standards of national standards training for Peace Officers.
Police Officer II
Five years or more of Police Officer responsibilities and meets within standards of national
training for Peace Officers.
Law Enforcement/Force Protection Security Vehicle
Large style Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) of Chevy Tahoe or Ford Expedition comparable with
Law Enforcement/Security Vehicle Packaging, include; identification striping, emergency
lights, medical trauma kit, public address system, Shotgun/M4 Rifle SecureMounts.
Note: Vehicle pricing does not include fuel/mileage rates as they may vary substantially
by project.
2.

MAXIMUM ORDER*: SIN 246-54 $200,000

*Ordering activities may request a price reduction at any time before placing an order,
establishing a BPA, or in conjunction with the annual BPA review. However, the ordering
activity shall seek a price reduction when the order or BPA exceeds the simplified
acquisition threshold. Schedule contractors are not required to pass on to all schedule users
a price reduction extended only to an individual ordering activity for a specific order or BPA.
3.
4.

MINIMUM ORDER: $100

GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE: Domestic, 50 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico, US


Territories. See accepted pricing for Wage Determination locations included in this
award.
5.

POINT(S) OF PRODUCTION: N/A to Services

6.
DISCOUNT FROM LIST PRICES: GSA Net Prices are shown on the attached
GSA Pricelist. Negotiated discount has been applied and the IFF has been added.
7.

QUANTITY DISCOUNT(S): 1.5% for individual task orders > $200,000

8.

PROMPT PAYMENT TERMS: .5%/20, Net 30

9.a

Government Purchase Cards must be accepted at or below the micropurchase threshold.

9.b

Government Purchase Cards are accepted above the micro-purchase threshold.


10.

FOREIGN ITEMS: N/A to Services

11a.

TIME OF DELIVERY: N/A to Services

11b.

EXPEDITED DELIVERY: N/A to Services

11c.

OVERNIGHT AND 2-DAY DELIVERY: N/A to Services

11d.

URGENT REQUIRMENTS: N/A to Services

12.

FOB POINT: N/A to Services


13a.

ORDERING ADDRESS:

Same as contractor

13b. ORDERING PROCEDURES: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures,
information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) are found in Federal Acquisition
Regulation (FAR) 8.405-3
14.

PAYMENT ADDRESS: Same as contractor

15. WARRANTY PROVISION: Reference Ordering Procedure for Services


16.

EXPORT PACKING CHARGES: N/A to Services

17. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF GOVERNMENT PURCHASE CARD ACCEPTANCE:


(any thresholds above the micro-purchase level)
18.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RENTAL, MAINTENANCE, AND
REPAIR (IF APPLICABLE): N/A
19.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF INSTALLATION (IF APPLICABLE): N/A

20. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF REPAIR PARTS INDICATING DATE OF PARTS PRICE
LISTS AND ANY DISCOUNTS FROM LIST PRICES (IF AVAILABLE): N/A
20a.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ANY OTHER SERVICES (IF APPLICABLE): N/A

21. LIST OF SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION POINTS (IF APPLICABLE): N/A


22. LIST OF PARTICIPATING DEALERS (IF APPLICABLE): N/A
23. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (IF APPLICABLE): N/A
24a. SPECIAL ATTRIBUTES SUCH AS ENVIRONMENTAL ATTRIBUTES (e.g. recycled content,
energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants):
24b.Section 508 Compliance for EIT:
To be filled inserted by the Contractor prior to distribution.

If applicable, indicate that Section 508 compliance information is available on


Electronic and Information Technology (EI) supplies and services and show where in
full details can be found (e.g. contractors website or other location). The EIT
standards can be found at: www.Section508.gov.
25. DUNS NUMBER: 824629047
26. NOTIFICATION REGARDING REGISTRATION IN SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT
(SAM) DATABASE: Contractor has an Active Registration in the SAM database.