CSC said that the US Army Materiel Command (AMC) has issued the company two contract modifications to continue providing information technology and logistics services under the Army’s Logistics Modernisation Program (LMP) contract.
Both modifications have two-year periods of performance and an estimated combined total value of $261m. The contracts were won during its third quarter ending January 1, 2010.
The company said that it will continue to provide services required to reengineer and modernise the Army’s logistics processes. Under the terms of the first modification, it will support the sustainment of the modernised system, and on the other, it will provide services for future deployment and implementation activities.
CSC first won the LMP contract in 1999 to provide an integrated suite of software and business processes. It is the prime contractor, program manager, systems integrator, applications service provider and full partner.
Austin Yerks, president of North American public sector defense group at CSC, said: “These task orders solidify our position as the leader in the Army’s national level logistics modernisation program. We are honored to play a crucial role in assisting the Army as it transforms its 30-year-old logistics business processes and practices through innovative modernisation alternatives and implementation strategies.”