Serco Inc. will provide professional management services to the Army under a three-year task order with a ceiling value of $9 million, according to a company announcement dated Aug. 15.
James Morgan has joined Serco Inc. as executive vice president and chief financial officer, the company announced today. He will report to Serco Chairman and CEO Ed Casey.
Serco walked away from an attempt to acquire SRA after the price for the company grew too steep, according to published reports.
Serco Inc. will provide the Veterans Affairs Department with program management assistance under a competitively won task order valued at approximately $20 million.
General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin were among other bidders that Northrop Grumman prevailed against. But speculation is high that protests will be filed.
Under an $88 million contract, Serco extends its hazmat management services for the Navy at a Norfolk, Va., facility.
Serco Inc. will provide logistics support to the Naval Operational Logistics Support Center under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $44 million if all option years are exercised.
Serco Inc. will upgrade the Air Force's logistics information and data system operations under a Consolidated Acquisition of Professional Services contract valued at approximately $14 million over two years.
Serco Inc. will provide program management, information technology and third-party logistics support for the Navy’s hazardous materials management system under a 42-month contract that could be worth as much as $84 million.
Serco Inc. will support the Federal Aviation Administration under a five-year contract worth approximately $170 million.