Army gets help with personnel systems modernization

Army gets help with personnel systems modernization

The Army has awarded a $36 million contract to SI International to support the service as it modernizes its civilian personnel systems.

Under the five-year contract, the McLean, Va., company will provide such services as network management, systems administration, applications design, testing and information security.

The Army's Office of the Assistant for Civilian Personnel Policy awarded the contract through a governmentwide pact managed by the Transportation Department's Technology User Service Program Office. The Army office, which oversees programs that affect Army civilian employees, is running several data consolidation and modernization initiatives.

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