Parsons (NYSE: PSN) has secured a potential seven-year, $600 million contract for nationwide program management services to the U.S. Postal Service.
The contract marks Parsons’ third consecutive award from USPS and extends the 17-year business relationship between the two parties, the company said Monday.
“Our experience in program management, architectural and engineering design and construction management supports the USPS’ ongoing modernization efforts,” said Chris Alexander, executive vice president and general manager for the engineered systems market at Parsons.
The Centreville, Virginia-based government contractor previously helped the agency install self-service kiosks, renovate parking structures and manage leased space as part of USPS National Facilities Programs.