Falls Church, Va., Aug. 5, 2014
ENSCO announced today that Dale Jones and John Sullivan of its National Security Solutions Division had received the Director’s Team Award for Excellence as members of the Securing the Cities Team (STC) initiative with the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) under the Department of Homeland Security. ENSCO’s support of DNDO’s STC initiative enhances the nation's ability to detect and prevent a radiological or nuclear attack in designated major urban areas.
Director of DNDO Dr. Huban Gowadia personally recognized Jones and Sullivan for their outstanding contributions to the STC endeavor. As part of a larger DNDO team, Jones and Sullivan were instrumental in the development of the assessment plan that covered scope, tasks and the methodology to be used for the Los Angeles/Long Beach STC program. The Los Angeles/Long Beach area was selected as the second STC initiative with New York City being the first.
Sullivan, who retired as a senior member of the United States Secret Service, has been with ENSCO since January 2009. Jones has been with ENSCO since March 2011, following a successful career with the United States Air Force and retiring as a Chief Master Sergeant.
The award is based on the continued exceptional execution of a highly visible and impactful DNDO program that receives significant Congressional attention.
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