The task order -- the third for the company under the Army Enterprise Information Systems Program -- has a 6-month base period of performance and two 6-month options.
The Army's AESIP program, managed by the Army's Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems, aims to converge and integrate four existing ERP-based solutions for medical, logistics and personnel services.
Attain said that under the task order, it will continue development of master data management capabilities, including the design, testing and implementation of material master data releases 3.3 and 3.5, any interfaces to trading partners required for this release, and enterprise reports and dashboards.
"We are firmly committed to making this task order a complete success and we fully recognize the important role this project plays in improving logistical support to our nation's warfighters," said retired Col. Scott Lambert, Attain's senior manager.
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