Accenture Federal Services has won a position on a potential 5-year, $990 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to help the U.S. Air Force manage and execute enterprisewide transformation efforts.
The contract has a 5-year ordering period, worth potentially $990 million.
The Air Force’s transformation goal is to fundamentally change its systems processes, people and technology to improve efficiency, effectiveness and stakeholder satisfaction. Work under the contract includes organizational support for the Air Force deputy chief management officer and the deputy assistant secretary for the Air Force Office of Business Transformation.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to support the Air Force in its transformation efforts,” said Susan Lawrence, AFS’ deputy director of the company’s defense portfolio. “We will apply our experience in areas like digital innovation, workforce transformation and continuous process improvement to help increase Air Force readiness at all levels.”
AFS will provide digital solutions, alignment of organizational models and data-driven performance management across up to 10 Defense Department lines of business including financial management, IT, human resources and others.
“We look forward to teaming with the Air Force as they accelerate the development and deployment of digital technologies,” said Vince Vlasho, Accenture Federal Services defense portfolio lead. “Through our deep experience in advanced technology implementations, AFS can help the Air Force advance its goal of enterprise-wide transformation in the years ahead.”
AFS is one of eight companies winning the award. The others are Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte Consulting, Digital Mobilizations Inc, KMPG LLP, BCG Federal Corp., Grant Thornton Public Sector and McKinsey & Co.