Amyx Wins Task Orders Worth Over $30M to Support DLA

Satya Akula, Amyx

Amyx, Inc. has snagged a half-dozen task orders in the first year of the Defense Logistics Agency’s J6 Enterprise Technology Services contract.

Across those six task orders, worth more than $30 million, Amyx will provide logistics systems modernization and cybersecurity support with focus on industrial control systems, risk management framework, and cloud migration. 

The company will also provide support to DLA’s largest system, the Enterprise Business System, which includes technical feasibility studies, sustainment, retirement and infrastructure of multiple SAP modules. 

 “I am incredibly proud of our teams who have worked very hard to support and secure DLA’s logistics capabilities, which ultimately provide the information necessary for our warfighters to carry out their mission,” Chief Operating Officer William Schaefer said. “With these contract wins, we continue to expand our IT systems support to multiple supply chains to now include medical and aviation and build our presence in key areas like the National Capital Region; Philadelphia; Richmond, Virginia; and Battle Creek, Michigan.”

DLA JETS is a multiple-award contract worth up to $6 billion. Under the award, Amyx can bid for task orders to provide IT, technical and management services across DLA’s Information Operations enterprise service areas, program offices and other Defense Department agencies.

“The diversity in services we are currently providing to DLA is unparalleled,” President and CEO Satya Akula said.  “The knowledge, skills, and credibility our team brings every day is something I am incredibly proud of.” 

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