LMI to Support Army’s Data and Analytics Office Under $211M Contract
LMI is set to provide services in support of the Project Manager for Army Data and Analytics Platforms under the terms of a three-year, $211 million contract.
The PM ARDAP office helps the Army make informed decisions by providing modern data and decision support tools and platforms, as well as harnessing data across defense business systems.
The nonprofit consulting services provider will further the PM ARDAP’s mission through program management, business transformation, technical and professional advisory services, Intelligence Community News reported.
LMI’s capabilities can help the Army modernize its business operations and implement integrated management systems to facilitate transformation in enterprise resource planning and data systems.
In a statement, Robert Lech, vice president of LMI’s defense market, welcomed the opportunity to support the military branch.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership to address the complexities of sustaining, modernizing, and transforming Army business,” he said.
With the award, LMI extends its nearly 20-year partnership with PM ARDAP. Previous efforts by the consultancy include supporting the modernization of the Army’s logistics and financial systems.
Headquartered in Tysons, Virginia, LMI offers digital services for modernizing applications and infrastructure to increase efficiencies and secure information. The company also provides advanced analytics to bring meaningful and actionable insights to customers.
Category: Digital Modernization
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