Serco Wins Deal to Support Navy Psychological Health Outreach Program

Dave Dacquino, Serco Americas

Dave Dacquino, Serco

Technology and management services provider Serco Inc. has been awarded a contract with a potential value of $32 million to continue supporting the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Psychological Health Outreach Program.

The contract has a 1-year base period with the addition of four 1-year option periods. Serco has supported the program since its 2008 inception and will support outreach within Navy Reserve Force Commands and Marine Forces at 26 military installations across the nation.

The Serco team will conduct around 15,000 clinical assessments annually and will serve as facilitators in providing support for the Returning Warrior Workshop program, which helps transitioning service members adapt to civilian life.

The PHOP program has the goal of creating psychological health safety for those who may be at risk of having untreated stress injuries and identifying long-term health care strategies for Reservists and their families.

“Serco is honored to continue delivering psychological health support services to members of our U.S. Navy and Marine Reserves,” said Dave Dacquino, Serco Inc. chairman and CEO. “As part of our Defense Personnel Readiness business, the PHOP contract is one of the many important programs that Serco carries out to provide essential support to the men and women who are defending our country.”

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