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Serco Inc. Lands Army Sustainment Command Deal for Procurement, Logistics Support; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Dave Dacquino

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 18, 2018 — Serco Inc. will support the global procurement and logistics operations of the Army Sustainment Command under a potential $43M task order awarded via the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services vehicle, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 11.

The company said Sept. 10 it will provide operational and program planning, acquisition, training and logistics management services as well as deploy personnel for on-site contingency planning and operations support to ASC and its subordinate commands.

“Under this program, we will continue to support our nation’s critical logistics operations to ensure mission readiness and success,” said Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc. and a previous Wash100 inductee.

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