EDS Wins Army Pact

EDS Wins Army Pact

Electronic Data Systems Corp. of Plano, Texas, will enhance the Army's Web-enabled recruiting system under a five-year, $132 million contract.

The Army Recruiting Information Support System enables Army personnel to sign up recruits from any location nationwide. It also allows Army and National Guard recruiters to collect and verify information to prepare an enlistment for potential soldiers and send that information to military entrance processing stations.

The Army intends to replace its Recruiting and Accession Data System with ARISS. Both systems were developed by EDS, which has worked with the Army Recruiting Command and the National Guard Bureau for 17 years.

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