Cadre of Government Contractors, NVTC to Review Arlington National Cemetery

Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC and The MITRE Corporation are among the firms teaming with Northern Virginia Technology Council to assess the processes and technology at Arlington National Cemetery.

The work will be done over the next two months on a pro-bono basis.

According to ExecutiveBiz, “the assessment aims to find and create solutions to restore America’s confidence in the integrity of Arlington National Cemetery. After concluding the assessment, NVTC will provide its findings and recommendations to Arlington National Cemetery Executive Director Kathryn Condon and the secretary of the Army.”

The other 13 firms taking part in the initiative are Blue Canopy, Consumer Electronics Association, CGI Federal, Corporation for National Research Initiatives, CSC, The George Washington University, HP, Lee Technologies, Salient Federal Solutions, SoltecOne, Synaptitude, Unanet and Vistronix.

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