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Contractor: Science Applications International Corporation - SAIC
Science Applications International Corp., (SAIC), Arlington, Va., was awarded on Mar.13, 2008, a Cost Plus Fixed Fee Contract for $9,147,000.00. The proposed contract will fulfill a government requirement for integrating three present independent software stovepipe systems: The Army Flow Model (AFM), Continuous Early Validation (CEaVa), and Force Development Investment Information Systems (FDIIS). The AFM is used to monitor and distribute equipment for the Army, report fleet level assessments (trucks, tanks, rifles, etc.), provides the Army G-8, HQDA staff and the Army with other critical information concerning Army equipping requirements, inventory, priorities, and projections. FDIIS allows the Army G-8 to document equipping resource requirements as fiscal information elements and collect, process and synchronize changes to resources across financial domain. CeaVa is an information management system that facilitates interface with action officers on specific tasks & objectives (looks like an online “chat” or discussion board). The period of performance (POP) is to commence Mar. 16, 2008 for the Base Year with four (four) one year option periods. Estimated completion date is Mar. 15, 2013 with work to be performed at Arlington, Va. The contracting office is the Contracting Center of Excellence, Army Pentagon, Wash., D.C. (W91WAW-08-C-0022)
Total Contract Value: $9,147,000