Serco Inks $27.8M Army Deal

.S. Army Capt. Julissa Myers, Paratrooper assigned to the 173rd Brigade Support Battalion, 173rd Airborne Brigade, puts the finishing touches to her face paint camouflage in preparation a blank-fire exercise as part of Lipizzaner V at Pocek Range in Postonja, Slovenia, March 12, 2019. Lipizzaner is a combined squad-level training exercise in preparation for platoon evaluation, and to validate battalion-level deployment procedures. (U.S. Army photo by Paolo Bovo)

U.S. Army Capt. Julissa Myers assigned to the 173rd Brigade Support Battalion, 173rd Airborne Brigade puts the finishing touches to her face paint camouflage in preparation a blank-fire exercise as part of Lipizzaner V at Pocek Range in Postonja, Slovenia, March 12, 2019. Image: Paolo Bovo/Army

Serco, Inc. announced Aug. 11 it has won a contract continuing its support of the Army’s Civilian Readiness and Talent Management Program.

Under the contract, which has a 1-year base period with four 1-year option periods and a potential value of $27.8 million, Serco will provide analytic, management and advisory services to support efforts to increase the readiness of the Army’s civilian workforce and improve the talent management structure of the Army Civilian Corps.

The company will be responsible for the implementation, integration and coordination for the Army’s people strategy in numerous areas including talent acquisition, development and engagement.

Serco will also support the Army’s civilian career programs, workforce planning and analysis.

“Serco is honored to have been selected to continue delivering civilian readiness and talent management initiatives to the U.S. Army,” said Dave Dacquino, Serco chairman and CEO. “As part of our Defense Personnel Readiness business, we have been providing these essential support services since 2011.”

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