TransVoyant has secured total enterprise army asset management system (TEAMS) contract extension from the US Army for ongoing development and maintenance services.
TEAMS, earlier known as asset management system (AMS), has grown into the Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) Program Office-level system for management of both combat and combat support vehicle fleets.
The company has been actively developing US Army TEAMS capabilities since 2004, advancing it into new areas of total enterprise operations expanding to incorporate the entire set of Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support (PEO CS&CSS) fleets.
The contract also covers Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems (PEO GCS) Abrams main battle tanks, Bradley and Paladin fleets, the US Marine Corps light armoured vehicle (LAV) fleet, and the US Special Operations Command family of special operations vehicles (FOSOV).
TransVoyant VP and general manager Wayne Chesley said, "This award signifies the continued confidence that our army sponsors and diverse fleet management stakeholders have in our abilities and shared strategic vision."
TransVoyant Systems Integration and Information Solutions director Robert Missig said TEAMS leverages the investments of various programme-level fleet stakeholders in a common community of interest.
"This allows for sharing of the functional development effort throughout the DOD community in order to best optimise our nation’s defence resources," Missig said.
The company has closely worked with the US Department of Defense to enhance TEAMS capabilities for integrating fleet management, inspection processing and validation, vehicle analytics and customisable dashboard reporting, based on the growing and evolving intelligence requirements of various stakeholder communities.
The features enable the contract to provide a common framework for the automation of fleet management lifecycle processes and transactions, and also deliver key programme-specific customisations for individual fleet management processes and reporting requirements.
Image: TEAMS contract TACOM LCMC’s Program Office-level system for management of US military’s combat and combat support vehicle fleets. Photo: © 2013-2014 TransVoyant.