The company said the FAA intends to use data in decision-making at the corporate and line-of-business levels.
“Having the opportunity to expand our services in an agency is rewarding in terms of client satisfaction as well as realizing organizational potential,“ said John Hinkson, MIL vice president and project lead.
The office plans programs for budget and performance management, financial management and financial controls.
The company will help the FAA carry out programs for budget operations, financial operations, financial policy and training, financial statements and reporting, regulatory compliance and internal controls.
The company will perform work out of its Rosslyn, Va. office and at an FAA facility in Oklahoma City.
MIL’s 550 employees provide the federal government financial management, information technology and engineering services for C4 (command, control, communications and computers).
MIL’s customers include the departments of Commerce, the Navy, Transportation and State.