We are accustomed to working with agencies across the defense community and federal government on communications projects, and this contract award is another fine example. We look forward to continuing our support of DESC's mission.
Vienna, VA (Vocus) September 16, 2009
XIO Strategies, Inc., a supply chain management and communications consulting firm, today announced that it has been awarded a contract to assist the Defense Energy Support Center's (DESC) Public Affairs Office (PAO) with communications and marketing activities. DESC, a field activity of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), is tasked with providing the Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies with comprehensive energy solutions in the most effective and economical manner possible.
"We are very pleased to begin this work supporting the Defense Energy Support Center's Public Affairs Office because it illustrates that XIO brings the right combination of skills to the table," said XIO Strategies President and CEO Mary Ann Wagner. "We are accustomed to working with agencies across the defense community and federal government on communications projects, and this contract award is another fine example. We look forward to continuing our support of DESC's mission."
XIO specializes in logistics and supply chain management, including a dedicated communications practice with a history of supporting DoD organizations. XIO's work with DESC will include a variety of communications support activities, from drafting articles and responding to media inquiries, to website evaluation and management, to supporting the planning and preparations for the Asia-Pacific Clean Energy Summit and Expo in Honolulu, Hawaii in September 2009.
About XIO Strategies, Inc:
XIO Strategies, a Vienna Virginia-based woman-owned business, specializes in end-to-end supply chain management and communications consulting services to government, military and commercial organizations. XIO works with its customers to improve business processes, manage technology deployment, conduct research and training, and create marketing and communications programs during periods of change. For more information, visit http://www.xiostrategies.com .