Fulcrum to Provide Program Mgmt, Professional Services to USSOCOM; Jeff Handy Comments

Jeff Handy
Jeff Handy

Fulcrum will provide program management, engineering, technical and professional services to the U.S. Special Operations Command under a potential $900 million contract the command awarded in June.

The company will support global special operations forces as part of the SOCOM-Wide Mission Support Group contract, which includes a five-year ordering period, Fulcrum said Tuesday.

Fulcrum CEO Jeff Handy said the company’s entire team will work to “infuse the skill sets required to support the USSOCOM enterprise when and where needed.”

Fulcrum is one of six contractors including ACADEMI Training Center, AECOMURS, ARMA Global, Jacobs Engineering Group and Raytheon’s technical services business that secured spots under the contract during a second round of awards.

The original awardees were Booz Allen Hamilton, CACIWGI, MacAulay-Brown and Raytheon’s Blackbird Technologies subsidiary.

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