The company has donated 2.5 million pounds ($3.9 million) to the military, which will go to charities.
The donation is in addition to what the company will end up owing the government for the extra manpower. The company expects to lose between 35 million and 50 million pounds ($54 million and $78 million) on the Olympic contract.
Meanwhile, some 250 people were arrested during the games, but there were no major security incidents.
“I’m very proud that we didn’t have anything serious to deal with, but that was because of a lot of hard work done by a lot of people,” said Chris Allison, the Olympics security coordinator.
Some 7,000 police officers and 5,000 G4S workers will be on hand to guard the Paralympics.
Associated Press writers Sylvia Hui, David Stringer, Jill Lawless, Gregory Katz, Martin Benedyk and Shawn Pogatchnik contributed to this report.
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