NFSTC awarded multimillion dollar contract from Marine Corps

Special Forces students examine tapes for latent-print evidence using an alternate light source (ALS) flashlight.NFSTC has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract from the U.S. Marine Corps to provide training and logistics support for the Corps.

We are proud to be responsible for developing and implementing a specialized training course focused in digital, biometric, chemical, explosive, photography and latent print analysis for these men and women in uniform. These techniques are an integral part of the modern warfighter in creating a more effective analysis of evidence.

The Expeditionary Forensics Exploitation Capability (EFEC) period of performance is one year plus an option year, and the full value of the contract nearly $4.5 million.

NFSTC has provided training for domestic and military law enforcement since 2008. Our Florida-based facility boasts a 41,000 square-foot training warehouse, state-of-the-art DNA and chemistry laboratories, and classrooms.

The EFEC contract officially began December 2014.