Vencore has won a U.S Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity Sample Data Collection and Analysis follow-on contract, valued at $96 million.
Work for the 5-year contract will be done at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and other key Army locations in the U.S. and abroad. Vencore will continue to provide data collection and review services on selected models of U.S. Army aviation and ground combat systems, tactical wheeled vehicles and ground support equipment. Additionally, the company will assist AMSAA in performing health use monitoring and operational sustainment analysis support functions.
The SDC&A program provides the Army with materiel analyses to detect systemic materiel issues and develop actionable recommendations to the Army’s program managers, the Army Materiel Command and to operational forces. SDC&A work directly influences improvements to engineering design, reliability, maintainability, quality, safety and training, and plays a critical role in the Army’s sustainment and readiness efforts.
“This win is a true testament of our credibility and success supporting AMSAA,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO, Perspecta. “We are honored to continue to provide critical services in the areas of data collection, big data, Internet of Things, data analytics and predictive analysis in support of the Army’s focus on improving readiness.”