Fulcrum to Assist SOCOM’s Military Info Support Operations Branch

The U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded Fulcrum a $850,000 task order for manpower augmentation services to the SOCOM’s J39-Military Information Support Operations Branch.

Fulcrum will also support senior military engagement, complex analysis and global planning efforts at MISO under the three-year task order, the company said Feb. 1.

“We are proud to have Fulcrum subject matter experts supporting the J39-MISO branch, and we continue to be excited in growing our technical staff supporting SOCOM,” said Fulcrum CEO Jeff Handy.

The company received the order under the command’s Wide Mission Support-A indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

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