Program management and information technology consultant DRT Strategies has won a three-year contract to provide the Defense Department with business analytics for the department’s travel programs.
The Defense Travel Management Office is responsible for the Pentagon’s travel enterprise, which DRT said is valued at $11.5 billion.
“Earning the trust and business of the DTMO is a prestigious win for us, ” said Michael Duffy, chief operating officer.
The company will provide the office analysts and business process modelers that will examine logistics and processes affecting performance measures, Duffy said.
DRT will create business process maps for the office and make recommendations for improving processes.
DTMO manages the department’s global logistical systems and workflows associated with Defense Department travel programs such as airline services, lodging services, rental car services, travel card services, training services, commercial travel office services and customer support services.