ARMY

ACT I books $50M Army ERP system support order

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has booked a five-year, $50 million task order for functional support to an Army enterprise resource planning system.

The General Fund Enterprise Business System is a web-based tool that supports functions such as sales and distribution, materials management, accounts pay payable, cost management, financials, funds management, plant maintenance, project systems and reports based in business intelligence.

For its part, ACT I said Monday it will focus on the systems interfacing and reporting functions.

ACT I was awarded the work through the OASIS Small Business contract for professional services with three bids submitted, according to the Federal Procurement Data System.

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