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Engility wins follow-on USAID training deal
by Richard Tomkins
Chantilly, Va. (UPI) Jun 9, 2013

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Engility Holdings subsidiary IRG is to continue to provide professional development training to the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Under the follow-on award, IRG training will specifically help the agency in designing, developing and implementing development projects and activities in more than 80 countries.

The training will be delivered through a combination of instructor-led training, web-based training, distance learning, and facilitation services.

"We are very pleased to have won this award, which we believe is a reflection of the high-quality work our team has done for nine years ...," said Engility President and CEO Tony Smeraglinolo. "We appreciate the confidence and trust USAID has placed in the work we have done, which has provided excellent training and integrated learning solutions for USAID staff around the world.

"USAID staff provides tremendously critical foreign assistance work on behalf of our country and we are honored to support the men and women who are working in these locations. Each one of them is making a difference in the lives of many."

The contract is a single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle with a base performance period plus four option years. It carries a value of $60 million.


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