Dynamics Research Corp., an Andover based company that provides consulting services to government agencies, said Monday a five-year performance contract from the federal government’s General Services Administration.
The contract has a ceiling value of $60 million, DRC said in a press release.
Under the contract, DRC will provide strategic business analysis aimed at improving organizational performance. The objective is to improve the workflows, methods, and information systems used by managers to set strategy and planning, measure performance, monitor execution, and report results.
“When it comes to improving government operations, it’s important to attack the challenge from both a business management and technology consulting perspective,” Jim Regan, DRC’s chairman and chief executive, said in a statement. “DRC has a consistent and impressive track record helping government agencies improve their performance and realize millions of dollars in increased efficiencies. Our goal with every engagement is to help our clients’ self-sustain best practices and achieve long-lasting, transformational change.”