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Smartronix Wins $2B For Army-AF Exchange Software Development

Smartronix has won a potential $2 billion contract with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service to develop and implement information technology software, the company announced Tuesday.

The contract has 10 base years worth $1 billion and six option years, which would extend the contract to its maximum value.

The Exchange, a Defense Department agency, provides products and services to military personnel out of 3,100 facilities in more than 30 countries, five U.S. territories and all 50 states.

Smartronix could receive task orders to assess systems and applications, upgrade software, migrate legacy software and transition the agency to new applications.

The Hollywood, Md.-based company is also one of several large firms that hold a position on a potential $20 billion governmentwide IT support contract, awarded through a National Institutes of Health office.

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