Amyx Lands Two Tasks Under DLA’s Enterprise Technology Contract Vehicle
Amyx, a management and technical solutions company, has been awarded two new task orders under the Defense Logistics Agency’s J6 Enterprise Technology Services contract.
JETS is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle that covers a range of information technology services that support applications, software, hardware, infrastructure and systems across the agency.
One of the new task orders calls for sustainment support for the DLA Defense Automatic Addressing System and its Micro Automated Routing System, Amyx said.
The company said it will support a DAAS architecture designed to route logistics transactions between DLA and its trading partners.
The DAAS system serves as a “translator” that allows Department of Defense supply systems to interoperate with each other even while using non-standard formats, Amyx said.
Under the second task order, Amyx will provide support to the DLA Defense Agencies Initiative Program Management Office.
Amyx said it will continue overseeing the deployment and modernization of the DAI enterprise resource planning system in support of the office.
The task order calls for cybersecurity, Oracle automated testing, systems engineering, cloud consulting, acquisition, cost and budget support and audit readiness, according to Amyx.
“Under these two contracts, Amyx will play a pivotal role in the consolidation of 17 tasks and over 50 deliverables in support of DAAS operations as well as help to continue the roll-out of the DAI Oracle E-Business Suite ERP to over 30 agencies,” said William Schaefer, president and CEO of Amyx and a member of the Potomac Officers Club.
Schaefer added that Amyx has been deploying DAI at civilian agencies since 2011.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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