SI International nabs Army learning management deal

SI International Inc. has won a $5 million contract from the Army's Defense Ammunition Center to support a learning management system, the company announced today. The task order contract is for one year with three one-year options.

SI International of Reston, Va., will design, host and operate a learning management system and a learning contract management system to support ongoing and future Web-based training initiatives at the center.

The company's team includes Oklahoma State University's Education, Research and Economic Development Foundation, its Institute for Telecommunications and its College of Education.

The Defense Ammunition Center provides ammunition training, explosives safety training and logistics support to Defense Department military and civilian personnel, other federal agencies and military students from allied nations.

The Defense Ammunition Center provides ammunition training, explosives safety training and logistics support to Defense Department military and civilian personnel, other federal agencies and military students from allied nations.

SI International, a provider of information technology and network solutions primarily to the federal government, has about 1,900 employees and annual sales of $168.3 million. The company ranked No. 66 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list, which measures federal contracting revenue.

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