Army drafts DSA for knowledge management work

The Army has awarded a $30 million contract to Data Systems Analysts Inc. to support knowledge management efforts in the service's Program Executive Office (PEO) for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical.

DSA's services under the four-year contract include project management, content management, administrative and technical support, operations, maintenance and application development.

DSA of Philadelphia also will support Army organizations that are part of the Army Acquisition Knowledge Center consortium. These include PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors; Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command; and the Communications and Electronic Research & Development Command.

The center uses Web-based technologies and re-engineered its processes to increase access to information, foster collaboration and improve efficiencies. The Knowledge Center has about 20,000 registered users.

Nick Wakeman is the editor of Government Computer News' affiliate publication, Washington Technology.

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