Serco Wins Task Order for Army OneSource Program

Serco Inc. has won a task order under the HRsolutions contract to support the U.S. Army‘s OneSource initiative.

According to a Serco release, the re-compete contract is worth up to $32.7 million, with a one-year base period and two one-year options periods. The company supports the initiative through:

  • project management
  • marketing
  • family programs
  • outreach and training

“The initiative of the Army to serve its soldiers and their families through the Army OneSource program is a major undertaking, and through our support over the past five years we have developed a keen understanding of the program and how we can best serve the Army, ” said Steve Sultan, vice president of Serco’s defense personnel services business unit.  “We are proud to continue our support of AOS.”

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