SAIC wins $757M Army IT management contract / Yuichiro Chino

The branch sought support for a system that supplies enterprise software to users.

Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential 10-year, $757.4 million recompete of a contract to help the Army operate a software platform and management system for enterprise IT services.

One other company bid for the work, according to the Pentagon's Monday awards digest. The contract is known as the Army Enterprise Service Management Platform.

The Army sought a contractor to help run its global IT service management system that connects users with software via subscription and licensing arrangements.

Reston, Virginia-headquartered SAIC inherited the program through its acquisition of the Unisys federal business in 2020, Deltek data indicates.