Perspecta to deliver ATIS system for US Army

4 June 2020 (Last Updated June 4th, 2020 11:49)

Perspecta has won a four-year, fixed-price award to deliver the Army Training Information System (ATIS) for the US Army. 

Perspecta to deliver ATIS system for US Army
Perspecta to deliver the Army Training Information System (ATIS). Credit: US Army.

Perspecta has won a four-year, fixed-price award to deliver the Army Training Information System (ATIS) for the US Army. 

The other transaction agreement was awarded by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command. It has a maximum ceiling value of $237m.

Under Phase II of the ATIS programme, the company will be responsible for the enterprise capability’s development, integration, delivery, operation and maintenance. The capability has been designed for army training and education information.

Last year, Perspecta concluded Phase I of the ATIS programme.

Under Phase 1, the US Army received a prototype of Perspecta’s ATIS solution. It featured Britannica Knowledge Systems’ commercial-off-the-shelf software called Fox.

The Fox Training Management System has been deployed to a different army command and various enterprises.

Further, the company will bring together 28 legacy systems into a single-entry, integrated, Cloud-based system as part of the latest contract. The consolidation will also include applying proven processes and data migration.

According to the company, the system will offer an understanding of combat readiness to the army in real-time while lowering cost.

Perspecta defence business group senior vice-president and general manager Jeff Bohling said: “As a leader in digital strategy and transformation, we are committed to bringing the most innovative solutions to our customers in order to enable mission success.

“This award is a testament to our success during Phase I of the programme, and we look forward to bringing this new capability to life in support of the army’s readiness goals.”

In November last year, Perspecta Labs received a $6m award to develop and demonstrate an integrated network planner prototype (INPP) for the US Army.