Army recruits KEI Pearson for support services

The Army has awarded KEI Pearson Inc. a four-year, $4.2 million contract for a range of technical and administrative services to support the global war on terrorism and other Army programs.

The Arlington, Va., company will provide analytical, instructional and documentation services to promote effective and timely integrated logistics support functions. KEI Pearson also will complete analyses of the Army's new equipment training documentation, as well as support the Army's system approach to training.

The contract was awarded by the Army's Program Management Defense Wide Transmission Systems division, which supports the Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems in the war on terrorism as well as the Army Campaign Plan, Army Logistics Transformation and the Army Enterprise Architecture.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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