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Serco Awarded $43 Million Contract to Deliver Engineering and Design for the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Small Surface Combatant Vessels; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Serco announced on Thursday that the U.S. Navy’s Guided Missile Frigate FFG(X) Program Executive Office (PEO) for Unmanned and Small Combatants has awarded the company a potential five-year, $43 million contract to support the development of the Navy’s next multi-mission Small Surface Combatant.

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Serco Secures $49M IDIQ Contract to Deliver System Engineering/Technical Services for U.S. Navy; Dave Dacquino Quoted

The Naval Undersea Warfare Center has selected Serco to receive a potential five-year, $49 million Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to deliver system engineering technical services for the Submarine High Data Rate (SubHDR) program, Serco announced on Tuesday.

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Serco Awarded Contract to Provide Psychological Health Services for U.S. Navy; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Serco has received a potential five-year, $32 million contract to continue its support to the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Psychological Health Outreach Program (PHOP), Serco announced on Tuesday. Serco has supported this program since its inception in 2008.

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Serco Awards $30M Contract to Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; Dave Dacquino Quoted

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LaDOTD) has been awarded a five-year, potential $30M contract from Serco to continue delivering traffic incident management services across the state of Louisiana, Serco Inc. announced on Monday.

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DHS Requests $89M for St. Elizabeths HQ Move

The Department of Homeland Security‘s 2013 budget proposal includes a $33 million increase to continue work on the new St. Elizabeths headquarters project. The $33 million increase would bring the project’s funding to $89 million for 2013, according to the budget document. The agency said the 2013 funds would go …

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