Serco will help veterans shift to civilian jobs under $95M contract

Serco Inc. will help outgoing members of the military make the transition to new civilian careers as part of a $95 million contract with the Department of Labor announced Monday. 

The Herndon defense contractor, a subsidiary of British Serco Group PLC, provides communications and combat systems modernization for naval ships and submarines, but also offers a personnel readiness business that includes services spanning from active duty service member support to retirement support. 

Serco will offer career training and counseling services for outgoing military personnel under a potential five-year contract as part of the Department of Labor Veterans’ Employment and Training Services Transition Assistance Program (VETS TAP).

“Under this contract, we are fortunate enough to get to work firsthand with those who have done their part in defending our country, and now deserve these resources as they transition to civilian life,” Serco Chairman and CEO Dave Dacquino said in a statement.…

Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.

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