CMS lands $60 million Air Force contract

CMS Information Services Inc. has won a $60 million Air Force contract to provide a wide range of budget information systems support services to the Secretary of the Air Force, the company announced Aug. 27.

Under the terms of the $60 million, 10-year contract, CMS and its subcontractors will assist the Air Force in operating the Financial Information Resource System and other legacy budget systems, and will help train users on all budget systems.

CMS of Vienna, Va., will deliver support services to the Pentagon and locations in Montgomery, Ala., Dayton, Ohio, and Washington.

Joining CMS in the program are subcontractors MCR Federal Inc., a subsidiary of AT&T Corp., New York; LJT & Associates, Montgomery, Ala.; Keane Federal Systems Inc., part of Keane Inc., Boston; and Tec-Masters Inc., Huntsville, Ala.

Established in 1986, CMS has more than 250 employees in six locations, and 2002 revenue is expected to exceed $32 million.

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