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Three Vendors Competing for Eight-Year Army Enterprise Resource Planning System Development Contract

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Three Vendors Competing for Eight-Year Army Enterprise Resource Planning System Development Contract

IBM, Accenture and Groundswell are competing for a potential eight-year contract to build a platform that will consolidate five U.S. Army business systems.

The companies have received other transaction authority agreements worth $7.5 million to deliver Enterprise Business Systems-Convergence prototypes by May 2024. The prototypes will be hosted in the Army’s Enterprise Cloud Environment.

Following the evaluation of the proposed systems, the Army will select the vendor to be awarded the eight-year contract, Nextgov/FCW reported.

The military branch wants the EBS-C to be based on SAP’s software since the five business systems, namely the Logistics Modernization Program, the General Fund Enterprise Business System, GFEBS – Sensitive Activities, Global Combat Support System-Army, and the Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program, are built on similar SAP enterprise resource planning software.

The consolidation is part of a modernization effort that aims to improve force planning and readiness, procurement methods, data access and overall user experience.

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Tags: Accenture digital modernization Enterprise Business Systems-Convergence Enterprise Resource Planning Groundswell IBM Nextgov/FCW US Army