has secured two new contracts from the US Army and the National Security Agency (NSA).

The US Army has contracted the company for one of the two Global Force Management (GFIM) Phase 1 Prototype contracts while NSA has awarded a five-year, single-award contract to the subsidiary PCI.

GFIM is part of the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems’ (PEO EIS) Army Data and Analytics Platforms (ARDAP) portfolio.

To deliver and manage the prototype contract, GFIM currently partners with the Army G-3/5/7. CEO Reggie Brothers said: “Together, these two new contract awards demonstrate our growing momentum among both new and existing customers as we approach our anticipated public listing later this year.

“We are proud to support our customers in executing their critical missions to keep our Nation safe.”

The GFIM contract will see develop and showcase a platform that integrates ‘force structure, readiness, mobilisation, and requirements validation’ to meet Global Force Management needs.

Under the GFIM contract terms, will distribute a No-Code/Low-Code (NC/LC) workflow automation platform.

This platform will be established in a configurable environment to meet the Army needs. analytics president Ryan Legge said: “ and our valued teammates are truly excited to partner with the Army G-3/5/7 and PEO EIS on this transformational programme.

“When fully operational, this solution will support 160,000 users, including senior leaders and combatant commanders from the company through division levels, enabling the Army to achieve decision dominance to make data-driven force structure decisions faster and with confidence.”

For the NSA contract, unit PCI will support the development and implementation of strategic priorities and operations.

This will be achieved by collecting, understanding, and translating federal executive-level strategic guidance into initiatives. is a provider of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), Cloud-based big data analytics, and other cyber engineering solutions.

In July, the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) issued a notice of intent to award a two-year contract to the company ProModel Government Solutions.