Army taps Signal for tech services

Army taps Signal for tech services

The Army has hired Signal Corp. to provide knowledge management and technical support to the Office of the Director of Information Systems for Command, Control, Communications and Computers.

Under the seven-year, $25 million task order, the Fairfax, Va., company will design and maintain systems to help the Army with its knowledge management strategy. One goal is to integrate knowledge management and best business practices into Army processes, service officials said.

Next month, the Army will begin consolidating its systems into a single servicewide enterprise. The service plans to finish its systems realignment by October.

As part of the contract, Signal will also maintain ODISC4's Web site and other applications, including document and workflow management and public-key infrastructure technology.

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