• The Standard Army Management Information Systems Headquarters awarded two seven-year blanket purchasing agreements potentially worth $277 million to KPMG LLP of New York and Titan Systems Corp. of San Diego.

    The awards will help STAMIS standardize its business processes, said Kevin Carroll, program executive officer for STAMIS.

    'We needed to use knowledge management as an organization. The problem was that we had some 90 vendors supporting us,' Carroll said. 'Now, these two partners will help us standardize our processes so that we may deliver consistent, high-quality products that will meet the needs of our customer'the soldier.'

    KMPG and Titan will compete to win task order awards.

  • Logicon Inc. of Herndon, Va., a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp., has acquired nearly 60,000 Reflex smart-card readers for the Army's implementation of the Defense Department's Common Access Card program.

    The Reflex readers connect with desktop and portable PCs to authenticate smart cards used for secure network access, officials said.

    'The Army's Secure Electronic Trans-actions'Devices Program Office chose the Reflex smart-card readers after an internal evaluation and testing process,' said John Gist, Logicon's program manager for the General Services Administration's Smart Access Common ID Card contract.

    Gist said the contract is the largest single deployment of smart-card readers in the country to date.
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