Lockheed continues military data support

May 1, 2012 at 2:07 PM   |   Comments

ROCKVILLE, Md., May 1 (UPI) -- A U.S. Department of Defense human resources data system for civilian employees will continue to receive support from Lockheed Martin.

Lockheed said it recently received the $254.7 million contract to continue its services for the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System, as it has done since 1999.

"The DCPDS Program has been an integral part of our core business and capabilities for the past decade," said Willie Callahan, vice president, IS&GS-Defense IT Services.

"The dedication and innovation that our employees in San Antonio have put into this program is inspiring, from our first win in 1999 through the present.

"As the leading provider of IT Services to the federal government, we are pleased to continue supporting the civilians who serve our country."

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award has an 18-month performance base period plus five one-year options. If all options are exercised, the contract with additional orders could be worth as much as $420 million.

Under its provisions, Lockheed Martin will provide sustainment, maintenance, operations, hosting and development support services for the DPRS.

Lockheed Martin subcontractors on the project include Kforce Government Solutions Inc., STG Inc., Diversified Technical Services Inc., Diligent Technologies Corp. and Object CTalk Inc.

The work will take place in San Antonio, at the company's data center in Colorado and three military sites.

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