DMI won a $26 million contract from the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Services Army Human Resources Systems.
“We recognize these systems, and our support of these systems, impacts everything from the experience Army personnel have throughout their service to the efficient management of basic equipment needed to meet the mission,” said Kris Kindoll, DMI vice president of defense .
As part of the work, DMI will deliver a better end-user experience for service members while converting Sustainment Systems Integration services development to agile best practices. This supports the Army’s goal to embed transparency and agility into its software and services, the company said.
DMI will also provide SSI services, like technical integration and development for AHRS’s Installation Support Modules and the operations and management of the Deployed Theater Accountability System and Tactical Personnel System.
Additionally, DMI will support the PEO EIS Army Training Information System with integration, development operations and management of the Range Facility Management Support System.
“We’re excited to expand our services to the Army through this program. We’re thrilled they recognize the value of our commercial expertise for this critical mission,” said Amy Rall, president of DMI Public Sector.