SRA wins deal for Army management system
- By Brad Grimes
- Jul 06, 2004
SRA International Inc. won a $22.5 million task order to develop and maintain the Army's latest force management system, the company said.
General Services Administration's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded SRA the task order, with a potential duration of five years, under its Millennia contract.
SRA will integrate four systems and implement improved business processes to create a single collaborative system for managing active, reserve and National Guard units. In 2002, Fairfax, Va.-based SRA built an interim solution called the Structure and Manpower Allocation System, which is in use today.
"We will do more than merely merge the legacy systems and implement an integrated database," Robert Burciaga, SRA's vice president and business manager for Army programs, said in a statement. "Beyond system migration, we want the force management system to reflect improved business processes and powerful automation support that will greatly reduce the workload required to develop the force structure, and then quickly reconcile the doctrinal force structure to budget constraints."
SRA will provide program management, software development, database design and development, operations and maintenance, systems engineering and information assurance.
SRA's team members on the project include CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, and Richard S. Carson and Associates Inc., Bethesda, Md.
With 2003 prime federal IT revenue of $277.6 million, SRA ranked No. 31 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list, which measures federal contracting revenue.