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SPA Lands Position on Navy Contract for MPTE Business Mgmt Support; William Vantine Quoted

William Vantine

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 28, 2018 — Systems Planning and Analysis will offer business management support services to the offices of the deputy chief of naval operations and chief of naval personnel through its position on a potential $223.9M U.S. Navy contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 17.

The company said it will seek task orders to support Navy manpower, personnel, training and education programs, with work locations set in Washington, D.C.; Millington, Tennessee; and other U.S. sites.

“The Office of the Chief of Naval Operations N1 and all other entities supported under this contract have my personal and corporate commitment that the SPA Team will continue to provide the highest quality support to this critical Navy program,” said William Vantine, president and CEO of SPA.

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