CMA wins $21.5M contract to upgrade financial management information system

Computer Marketing Associates has won a $21.5 million contract to upgrade the Justice Department Justice Management Division’s Financial Management Information System.

Under the contract, CMA will upgrade the financial management information system with an enterprise system featuring integrated hardware and software technologies developed by the Teradata Corp., the company said in a release.

With this award, the Justice Department is making a move toward addressing the growing data processing workloads associated with managing financial transactions and information within the Justice Management Division, the company said.

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