Lockheed wins $26.8M follow-on to support DOD data environment

Lockheed Martin has won a $26.8 million follow-on contract to provide the Defense Department with sustainment and operations for the Integrated Data Environment/Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC) program.

The contract is a follow-on contract to the 2008 IGC development and sustainment contract, under which Lockheed was responsible for system design and implementation.

The IGC program provides the Defense Department with near real-time enterprise access to logistics and transportation data used to track assets in motion, in storage and in theater so that there is end-to-end supply chain visibility, Lockheed said in a release.

The program integrates more than 950 transaction types from 67 external Defense Department transportation, logistics and supply system interfaces and over 250 commercial transportation carries into one integrated data model, the company said.

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