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SOSi Secures Army Records Information Management System Modernization Contract

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SOSi Secures Army Records Information Management System Modernization Contract

The U.S. Army Enterprise Services Agency has awarded SOSi a contract worth some $19 million to provide declassification and records management technical support services as part of the cloud migration of the Army Records Information Management System.

The deal covers the provision of technical, analytical and database-related support, including application programming, systems and network administration, and ensures the interoperability of the ARMS applications and information technology systems, SOSi said.

Josh Zloba, vice president for technology and engineering at SOSi, said that the company’s expertise in modernization programs will play a significant role in the Enterprise Services Agency’s aim of upgrading the ARIMS.

The vendor has won numerous awards in recent months. In March, it received a three-year contract from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries to provide a mobile-friendly and secure web-based scheduling platform for appointment management.

SOSi started a collaboration with the U.S. Army Europe and Africa in January to provide integrated intelligence analysis, intelligence planning and exercise support.

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