Washington Headquarters Services Taps Boston Consulting to Support DoD Cost Mgmt Efforts

Boston Consulting GroupThe Washington Headquarters Services has awarded Boston Consulting Group an $8.1 million contract to provide subject matter expertise and analysis services in support of the Defense Department‘s efforts to implement cost management policies, systems and procedures.

Boston Consulting will perform work at the Pentagon and is scheduled to finish April 25, 2017, the department said Wednesday.

WHS obligated the full contract amount from operations and maintenance funds at the time of award.

The agency manages DoD-wide programs and operations for the Pentagon Reservation as well as the department’s other leased facilities in the National Capital Region.

Bethesda, Maryland-based Boston Consulting Group offers finance, automotive, education, energy, biopharmaceuticals, environment, engineering, infrastructure, healthcare, insurance, media, entertainment, retail, social impact and telecommunications consulting services.

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