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Joe Brock: Navy Taps Pragmatics for Weapon Sales Reconstruction Contract

Pragmatics logoPragmatics has received a contract worth at least $30 million that extends the company’s work to reconstruct the U.S. Navy’s foreign military sales program to Iran during the 1970s.

The company will use forensic accounting and logistics for the work that is mandated under a treaty signed by the U.S. government in 1981, the company said Thursday.

Contract work will occur over seven years if the Navy exercises all options.

“We are very pleased to have been selected to continue this important work for the Navy’s Office of the General Counsel and the OGC’s litigation office, ” said Joe Brock, Pragmatics chief operating officer.

“Our team of analysts will continue to use our diverse experience to gather, collect, inventory and analyze potential evidence for this enormous project, ” Brock added.

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