Serco’s Mentorship Agreement with VETS Approved by Feds; Ed Casey Comments

Serco Inc’s Mentor-Protégé Agreement with Veterans Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc. (VETS) has been approved by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.

“Serco and VETS’ commitment to a formal mentoring relationship will provide beneficial business development opportunities for both companies, and enhance the range of capabilities they can offer to DHS. VETS’ is the fourth protégé in Serco’s Mentor-Protégé Program with DHS. The other three include Base One Technologies, HeiTech Services Inc. and TSymmetry, Inc, ” the firm said in a press release.

The firm reported that “under the 3-year agreement, Serco will assist VETS in competing for contract awards and other related business opportunities with DHS. Additionally, Serco will provide technical and managerial guidance through their subject-matter experts to help ensure that VETS is prepared for near-term success as well as long-term growth.”

“We are excited to announce our mentor-protégé agreement with VETS, for the Department of Homeland Security, ” said Ed Casey, Chairman and CEO at Serco. ”We proudly support the role that small businesses play in delivering information technology to the federal government. The collaboration between our two companies through this program will enable us to offer DHS a broader range of capabilities and expertise.”

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