Grant Thornton is part of a consortium that has won a six-year contract to advise NATO
GT will form part of an advisory team with URS Corporation, Capita, and ISS.
The team will compete for future projects to support NATO's transition to its new headquarters facility in Brussels, as well as other organisational change and improvement initiatives. The contract also covers potential support for current and on-going NATO missions.
Alan Lees, partner at business risk services at Grant Thornton, said, "We are looking forward to working with URS Corporation and the other team members to support NATO in its office transition as well as other initiatives to enhance the efficiency of the organisation."
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