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A&T Systems wins Md. IT contract

July 7, 2003

Contracts Awarded: Army Consolidates Transportation Information

Continuing to work toward a single transportation information system, the U.S. Army has awarded a contract for system integration, information processing and other services for its
Transportation Information Systems (TIS) program. The TIS program is responsible for four major systems: the Transportation Coordinator’s Automated Information for Movement System (TC-AIMS II), Automated Airload Planning, the Transportation Coordinator Automated Command and Control Information System, and the Transportation Information Systems–Theater Operations. TC-AIMS II, the largest of the four, will ultimately incorporate the functions of the other three. Under the $146 million contract, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), El Segundo, California, will develop and deploy blocks three, four and five of TC AIMS II; integrate the Army’s multiple transportation information systems into a single enterprise management system; and provide personnel and services for the TIS integration support program. Activities include local area network implementation, configuration management, software and hardware maintenance, network and enterprise systems management, integration, help desk, disaster recovery, software development and training. The CSC team includes Anteon and SRA, both of Fairfax, Virginia; Binary Consulting, Bethesda, Maryland; A&T Systems, Raleigh, North Carolina; BBN, Arlington, Virginia; and Software ADE Incorporated, Vienna, Virginia.