Softek International has secured a five-year army enterprise resource planning (ERP) services prime contract from the US Army.
The total potential value of the indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract is estimated at $846m, and it will run until 2021.
Under the contract, Softek will provide the US Army with a wide range of services, including design, development, deployment, fielding, and sustainment services required for the army's ERP programmes.
The contract will also ensure sustainment services required for organisations, including the Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP), Global Combat Support Systems - Army (GCSS-A), the Logistics Modernisation Program (LMP), the General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), the Army Contract Writing System (ACWS), the Army Shared Services Center (Army-SSC), and stakeholder organisations.
Softek International CEO Niraj Sinha said: "We are very proud that the army selected us as their partner in the mission to sustain and implement some of the largest and most complex ERP implementations in the world. This contract award represents a major milestone in Softek's ability to deliver ERP services."
The company's subcontractors include Northrop Grumman, AT&T Government Solutions, Infosys Public Services, Genesis Consulting, Cayuse Technologies, Joint Logistics Managers, Business Information Technology, and Sierra Infosys.
Other awardees of the contract include BridgePhase, CompQSoft, Enterprise Horizon Consulting Group, InSAP Services, Johnson Technology Systems, Oakland Consulting Group, Stango Obsidian Alliance, Telesto Group, and 4M Research.