Defense data center taps SRA again for support

The Defense Department has awarded SRA International Inc. a two-year task order contract worth up to $17 million for enterprise architecture and database management to support the Defense Manpower Data Center.

Under the task order, which is for one year with two six-month options, SRA will continue to support these and other programs with several services, including enterprise architecture, database design and management, research on smart-card issues and software development.

The company's team for this work includes Dreifus Associates Ltd. Inc., Star One Inc., MSW Consultants Inc., Rox IT Solutions and RGII Technologies Inc.

The Defense Manpower Data Center maintains an archive of personnel, manpower, training, security and financial data for the Defense Department. For more than 20 years, SRA International has performed IT and analytical support of the center's programs and systems, including the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, Common Access Card and Tricare National Enrollment System.

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


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