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Dan Allen: Serco to Support Navy’s Personnel Readiness Efforts

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 26,  2015 — Serco Inc. will develop and upgrade support tools for the U.S. Navy‘s staffing processes under a potential five-year, $15.4 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

Serco said Thursday it will establish forecasting metrics and analyze data to help the Bureau of Naval Personnel align personnel resources with the readiness goals of the Street to Fleet initiative.

“We are honored to do our part in helping ensure our U.S. Navy has the sailors in place and available to serve and protect our country, ” said Dan Allen, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc.

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