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Fulcrum to Support Special Operations Command’s Wargame Center; Jeff Handy Comments

Jeff Handy

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 6, 2017 — Fulcrum will provide strategic, organizational and programmatic analysis services to support the U.S. Special Operations Command‘s wargame center under a $2.4 million task order, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The company said in February it will support the special operations chief of staff at the wargame center in the alignment of tasks, resources and functions with the strategic priorities of the organization.

“Fulcrum and our teammates are committed to providing highly skilled technical and operationally focused personnel supporting the special operations community and its diverse worldwide mission requirements,” said Fulcrum President and CEO Jeff Handy.

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