$20M to General Dynamics for US Army PEO-EIS I.T. Services
General Dynamics Information Technology received a 5-year, $20 million contract (GS-35F-4357D) to provide IT services and program management support to the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS), Installation Management Systems-Army (IMS-A) Project Office, located at Fort Belvoir, VA.
The PEO-EIS executes about 40% of the Army’s I.T. budget, and plays a significant role in updating the systems that manage and affect soldiers on a daily basis…
Within the PEO-EIS, the IMS-A program provides the Army with IT solutions that improve efficiency and provide standardization for day-to-day functional processes for managing Army installations.
The modules/applications of the Installation Support Modules System include: Central Issue Facility; Education Management Information System; In/Out-Processing; Personnel Locator and Transition Processing.
The Range Facility Management Support System is a standard integrated automated management system to assist Army and US Marine Corps installation/base commanders in scheduling and managing their firing ranges and training areas.
General Dynamics will provide I.T. services that include programmatic and technical engineering, and management support for planning and executing the design, development, deployment, training and lifecycle sustainment of hardware and software applications. The firm will also provide expert technical support for database design and enhancement, configuration management, and verification and validation of updated software packages. General Dynamics release.