ARLINGTON, Va. — Strategic Social has been awarded a key contract to support the Governorate of Basrah, Iraq, to design and deploy a citywide, networked information system and an operations center for the police force.
Strategic Social will custom design and deploy an integrated technology infrastructure within the city of Basrah to enhance the police force’s ability to monitor the city, quickly respond to security concerns and better manage vehicle traffic flow. The system will include a state-of-the-art operations center to be designed and constructed by Strategic Social and its Iraqi joint venture partner, Wahj Al Ayn.
“We are very pleased to be working with the Governorate of Basrah,” said Matt Bigge, Strategic Social’s chief executive officer. “This contract is an important continuation of our company’s work in Iraq and builds upon our expanding business area of technology infrastructure.“
Strategic Social is a leader in providing technology, business consulting, and program management services to commercial and government customers in the world’s fastest growing markets. Strategic Social prides itself on its cross-cultural understanding, ethical business practices, and commitment to build capacity amongst its employees and the communities in which they live and work.
The Strategic Social team includes diverse professionals spanning the fields of engineering, computer science, construction management, management consulting, anthropology, media, and finance. The company’s portfolio of customers includes companies in the Fortune 500, government agencies, international organizations, and investment firms.
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