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DynCorp Subsidiary to Provide DHS ICE Training on Elicitation & Detecting Deception

DyncorpLogoTYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 16, 2016 — The Department of Homeland Security has awarded a DynCorp International subsidiary a potential $700, 000 contract to provide training on elicitation and detecting deception to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency’s investigative arm, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Phoenix Consulting Group will train ICE agents under the Homeland Security Investigations’ international operations division to build on their interviewing skills to help identify visa applicants who pose a potential threat to the U.S., DynCorp said Friday.

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