Herndon company wins $27.8M Army contract
Serco Inc. to provide civilian talent management services
The U.S. Army awarded Herndon-based technology and management company Serco Inc. (a subsidiary of United Kingdom-based Serco Group plc) a $27.8 million contract to provide civilian talent management, the company announced Tuesday.
Through the contract, Serco will provide analytic, management and advisory services for the Army’s civilian workforce and provide talent management architecture for the Army Civilian Corps. Specifically, Serco will responsible for services including talent acquisition, development, employment, retention and engagement
“Serco is honored to have been selected to continue delivering civilian readiness and talent management initiatives to the U.S. Army,” Serco Chairman and CEO David Dacquino said in a statement. “As part of our Defense Personnel Readiness business, we have been providing these essential support services since 2011.” Under its Defense Personnel Readiness business, Serco provides military transition, psychological health and family and training services.
The contract was awarded by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs and has a one-year base period plus four one-year option periods.
Serco Group plc was founded more than 50 years ago and currently employs more than 40,000 people in 35 countries, 8,000 of whom are employed in the U.S. The company works primarily with federal and local government customers.