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Parsons announced that its Xator subsidiary will provide the Department of State with humanitarian support services in a contract worth up to $750 million. 

Under the contract, Parsons will provide medical, transport, identity and other logistics support services. Parsons provides integrated security systems to hundreds of overseas diplomatic missions and the contract expands on the company’s existing partnership with the State Department. 

The new work contract has a one-year base period worth $250 million and two one-year option periods each valued at $250 million, Parsons said.

With the Xator acquisition in mid-2022, Parsons enhanced its portfolio of technical capabilities in critical infrastructure, counter-unmanned aircraft systems, intelligence and cyber solutions, biometrics and global threat assessment while expanding its customer base. 

As a global engineering and infrastructure firm, the company said it is committed to delivering solutions to complex challenges worldwide. Parsons added that the latest contract reinforces the company’s leadership in providing essential services to the U.S. government.