SPA Opens New DC Satellite Office; William Vantine Comments

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Systems Planning and Analysis has opened a Washington, D.C.-based satellite office for the company’s strategic operations and security division.

The company said its new office is close to the Washington Navy Yard and features a storage room for classified material as well as a conference room equipped with touch screen monitors and projectors to display data.

“SPA continues to look for ways to support our customers in the Department of Defense, and specifically those in the Navy's Strategic Systems Programs offices,“ said William Vantine, president and CEO of SPA.

The satellite office’s address is 12th Street at Maritime Plaza in Southeast Washington D.C.

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