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LMI Secures $65M GCSS-Army Transformation Contract From US Army

Jon Baba,

SVP, Defense Market,


LMI Secures $65M GCSS-Army Transformation Contract From US Army

The U.S. Army has awarded LMI a five-year, $65 million contract to support the modernization of the Global Combat Support System-Army logistics and financial management information enterprise resource planning system.

According to Jon Baba, senior vice president of LMI’s defense market and a 4×24 member, the company’s contribution to the GCSS-Army transformation will boost the Army’s situational awareness and decision-making capabilities to sustain operations and meet future demands.

Contract work includes providing program management; business transformation; and technical, financial and professional advisory services to the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, which manages the GCSS-Army, LMI said.

The ERP solution was designed to streamline the Army’s supply chain, maintenance, property accountability and financial management processes.

Baba said the contract award enables the company to contribute to the Army’s efforts to implement the Enterprise Business System-Convergence solution. According to LMI, it will add new functionality to the GCSS-Army and provide capabilities that will enable merging the ERP system with the EBS-C solution, which the Army is developing to have a single platform for all Army business systems

Three vendors are currently working on EBS-C software prototypes under other transaction authority agreements with the service branch.

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