SAIC awarded $757M U.S. Army contract for software management services

Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a contract to continue providing software development and management services for the U.S. Army Enterprise Service Desk (AESD). The single-award contract has estimated ceiling value of $757 million, says the company.

Under this contract, SAIC will continue existing AESD operations, optimize Army Enterprise Service Management Framework (AESMF) service delivery processes, and expand the functionality provided by the software as a service (SaaS) environment via optional capabilities. SAIC will also migrate legacy IT service management systems to a modern IT Service Management platform using ServiceNow, according to the company.

Additionally, SAIC will provide service desk solutions to include service desk support for voice, messaging, video teleconferencing, computing, network infrastructure, customer support and information assurance support to the Army.

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