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Serco Resumes Work on $131M NAVFAC C4I Sustainment Contract; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 8, 2016 — Serco‘s North American subsidiary will resume work under a $131 million U.S. Navy lifecycle sustainment contract issued in December following the resolution of a previous challenge to the award, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The company said Thursday the contract covers support for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command‘s command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems.

“We are excited that the Navy turned to Serco to support this growing program that keeps the Navy’s C4I systems operational and our warfighters safe, ” said Dan Allen, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc.

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