Government services provider Perspecta has received an award to continue work on the U.S. Army’s Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS). The award represents follow-on work for the company, and has a one-year base period with four, single-year option periods and a potential value of $34 million, Perspecta said in a statement.
TAMIS provides the Army with a mechanism for 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. On the program, Perspecta will provide ongoing security, maintenance and management support of the real-time, web-based enterprise system on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud, says Perspecta.
Perspecta has been supporting the TAMIS program since 2014, migrating the system to the cloud as a proof-of-concept first and then into full production, said the company in a statement.
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