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Parsons, MIT Hold Workshop on Infrastructure, Smart Cities & Transportation; Biff Lyons Comments

Biff Lyons

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 4, 2017 — Parsons has led a workshop in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s civil and environmental engineering department to cover infrastructure, smart cities and transportation research, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

The company said Thursday the activity was held March and sought to discuss the alignment of existing research in the specified fields with current industry needs.

“The unique nature of MIT’s culture creates an environment where students from all over the world collaborate to tackle big problems, and that culture is also important at Parsons,” said Biff Lyons, executive vice president of Parsons’ security and intelligence business.

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