Parsons Selected as Prime on ITAM Contract; Mike Loose comments

ParsonsThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Europe District (USAREUR) awarded Parsons a 1 year base and 3 year option contract to collect and manage of core geospatial, environmental, and land use data.

The company said Thursday that the data will be used to help inform decisions in the integrated training area management (ITAM) program.

Parsons will provide services in Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Romania, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, and Slovenia.

Mike Loose, senior vice president and division manager stated  “this award allows us to provide continued support to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to ensure the long‑term viability of U.S. training lands in Europe.”

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