Stanley’s Phil Nolan on U.S. Visa Support Contract Win; Potential Value of $2.8B

Stanley  (NYSE: SXE) has been selected as one of two prime contractors on the 10-year multiple award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Global Support Strategy (GSS) contract by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs (DoS CA), to provide business process support services for both non-immigrant and immigrant visa-related operations at U.S. embassies and consulates abroad under a performance-based arrangement. The firm-fixed-price award has a $2.8 billion contract ceiling and includes a one-year base and nine one-year option periods.

Under the contract, Stanley will have the opportunity to provide oversight and management of support services for worldwide U.S. visa operations in up to 149 GSS countries.

“Stanley has a long-standing, 17-year partnership supporting DoS CA in a wide range of passport and visa services, including modernization of consular systems, visa systems training at 250 overseas embassies and consulates, and implementation of the first-ever passport book print facilities, ” said Phil Nolan, Stanley chairman, president and CEO. “We greatly value our service to DoS CA and fully appreciate the importance of this GSS initiative.”

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