PAE Gets Vanguard Award for Stability Operations Support to US Government; John Heller Comments

John Heller

The International Stability Operations Association has given Arlington, Va.-based contractor PAE a Vanguard Award in the tier 1 large company category.

PAE said Monday it won the recognition during the ISOA 2018 Achievement Award Ceremony for the company’s work to provide capacity building and humanitarian operations support, as well as maintain transparency, ethics and accountability when supporting customer missions.

John Heller, CEO of PAE, said the company has worked with U.S. government clients to help them manage diplomatic, national security and development efforts.

Heller added the company has supported stability operations since its inception in 1955.

Darryle Conway, a senior vice president and client executive for U.S. Army global mission services at PAE, is a member of ISOA’s board of directors.

PAE is among the ISOA members that founded the association in 2001.

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