Government services provider Perspecta has received an award to continue work on the U.S. Army’s Total Ammunition Management Information System, or TAMIS.
This award, which represents follow-on work for the company, has a 1-year base period with four, single-year option periods and a potential value of $34 million.
TAMIS provides the Army with a mechanism for reliable and effective ammunition management activities by calculating ammunition requirements for training, combat and sustainment. Using the system, operators forecast training and operational ammunition needs, validate and route requests for ammunition, collect expenditures and prepare reports.
Perspecta is to provide ongoing security, maintenance and management support of the real-time, web-based enterprise system on the Amazon Web Services GovCloud.
“This award is a testament to the success we’ve achieved working with the Army on its first fully operational application transition to the cloud,” said Jeff Bohling, senior vice president of the defense group at Perspecta. Through our approach, we’ve demonstrated significant cost savings and application resiliency and look forward to continue working closely with our Army customer to meet its mission.”