Engility Books Government Training, Logistics Support Contracts; Scott Whatmough Quoted

Scott Whatmough

Engility has secured $27M in contracts to provide global training services and logistics management support to federal customers.

The company said Tuesday it will also provide individual skills and collective training, procurement and advisory and assistance services through the contracts.

Scott Whatmough, senior vice president of Engility’s defense and security group, said the company has a long history of performing training and related services to the government.

“Our work contributes to stability and security in some of the world’s most challenging places,” Whatmough added.

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