Fulcrum to Support US Special Operations Command’s Wargame Center; Jeff Handy Comments

Fulcrum has secured a three-year, $2.4 million task order to provide strategic, organizational and programmatic analysis support for the U.S. Special Operations Command‘s wargame center.

The company said Feb. 1 it will help the Special Operations Chief of Staff-Wargame Center to align functions, tasks and resources with WGC’s strategic priorities.

Fulcrum’s professional services personnel will use cognitive modeling techniques, information management platforms, visualization tools and scheduling approaches to help address the center’s requirements.

USSOCOM awarded the task order through its Wide Mission Support-A contract.

“Fulcrum and our teammates are committed to providing highly skilled technical and operationally focused personnel supporting the special operations community and its diverse worldwide mission requirements,” said  Fulcrum President and CEO Jeff Handy.

The company noted the order will expand its analytic, intelligence, visualization and strategic planning support work in the federal civilian and defense sectors.

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