SAN ANTONIO, July 27 (UPI) -- Globalscape Inc. of Texas reports it will continue to provide the U.S. Army with maintenance and support to previously purchased software licenses.
The software is used by the Army's Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced logistics program.
"More than 30,000 Army and Department of Defense licenses are used to support various military operations and humanitarian efforts around the world," said Bill Buie, Globalscape executive vice president of sales and marketing.
"Globalscape provides mission-critical software solutions for securely sharing digital files to thousands of commercial companies and government organizations worldwide.
"We are particularly proud that the US Army uses our secure file transfer solutions for their logistical and supply needs."
Globalscape, a developer of secure information exchange solutions, said the new award extends through next July. It replaces a previous three-year contract awarded in 2009.
The first-year value of the award is $1.35 million. If two one-year options are exercised, the total value would be $4.4 million.
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