Attain opening Army support office

VIENNA, Va., May 13 (UPI) -- Professional services company Attain LLC is opening an office in New Jersey specifically to support the U.S. Army's Enterprise Systems Integration Program.

The Army's $8 billion program aims to create a single, integrated and automated logistics system.


Attain LLC, which has headquarters in Virginia, is a prime contractor on the project, and says the new office at Picatinny Technology Innovation Center, Picatinny Arsenal, will place its experts on-site for the endeavor.

"Attain's residence at the Picatinny Technology Innovation Center demonstrates our commitment to the AESIP program and to providing stellar service to the U.S. Army," said Attain Federal Services President Richard Roberts.

"We are especially pleased to establish a dedicated presence at Picatinny Arsenal, where our people can provide the utmost attention to supporting the needs and objectives of the Army's Enterprise Resource Planning Center of Expertise."

As a prime contractor on AESIP, Attain will provide business process automation; applications development; organizational transition; applications testing; operations, maintenance and sustainment and knowledge transfer services.

Picatinny Technology Center provides a total of 38,000 square feet of office space in five buildings and business support services to companies that are less than three years old; are developing proprietary technology to support or enhance the mission of the U.S. Army; are able to show that the company can be financially successful; and demonstrate potential to benefit from a relationship with the center.


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