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Parsons Government Services, Small Biz Partner Enter DIA Mentor-Protege Program

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 19, 2018 — Parsons‘ government services unit and its small business partner Willbrook Solutions have been selected for the Defense Department‘s Mentor-Protege Program and will work with the Defense Intelligence Agency on technology projects over a three-year period, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

DIA said Tuesday Parsons Government Services will mentor Willbrook — in line with the program’s goal of developing the protege’s technical capabilities for DoD subcontract requirements — and join three other MPP teams to pursue opportunities in artificial intelligence, counterintelligence, analysis, intelligence collection and “mission-enhancing” science and technology, among other areas.

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