Atlas to Help DMI Team on 990M Air Force Enterprise Transformation Contract
Atlas Research has joined the Digital Mobilizations Inc. team tasked to complete a $990M contract to help the Air Force manage and execute enterprise-level transformation efforts. DMI leads a team that won a spot on the five-year Air Force Strategic Transformation Support contract.
Atlas Chief Growth Officer Young Bang, a Potomac Officers Club member, said the two companies will provide digital support services to the Air Force's deputy chief management officer and its deputy assistant secretary in the business transformation office.
“Atlas is excited to have the opportunity to work together with DMI and deliver digital strategic services to the Air Force’s deputy chief management officer and deputy assistant secretary for the Office of Business Transformation," Bang said.
AFSTS is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract designed to support the service's deputy chief management officer and deputy assistant secretary for the Office of Business Transformation with business operations strategy and implementation plans.
In June, the Air Force awarded spots on AFSTS to eight companies: Accenture, BCG Federal, Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte Consulting, DMI, Grant Thorton Public Sector, KPMG and McKinsey & Co. The contract lasts through June 16, 2027, and provides a $500 minimum guarantee for each contract.
“The Air Force is an innovation leader and we’re looking forward to charting digital transformation journeys in support of its mission," Bang added.
Atlas is a management consulting company headquartered in Washington, D.C. The company specializes in human capital and training, facilities activation, communications, marketing, organizational transformation, modernization, research, evaluation and information technology, among others.
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