Serco’s North American Arm Secures $140M Army IT Services Contract; Dave Dacquino Comments

Dave Dacquino

Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary has received a potential 10-year, $140 million contract to provide information technology services for a U.S. Army Installation Management Command program that supports military children and youth.

Serco Inc. said Monday it will help IMCOM engineer, design, install and maintain technology and video surveillance services hardware, provide application library services and facilitate accreditation of services and systems for the Child Youth Services program.

Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc., said the company aims to help improve the quality of life of U.S. Army families deployed worldwide through the contract.

The contract contains five base years along with five option years and includes support for 320 IMCOM facilities located within the U.S. and overseas.

The CYS program offers safety, technology and support services to families of deployed military personnel.

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