Accenture Awarded $73M for Air Force Financial Mgmt System’s Final Development Phase

AccentureAccenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services subsidiary will support the final phase of development work on the U.S. Air Force‘s Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System as part of a 30-month, $73 million contract.

DEAMS works to integrate the financial data and processes of the Air Force, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service and U.S. Transportation Command, Accenture said Tuesday.

Joe Chenelle, head of Accenture Federal Service’s U.S. defense and intelligence practice, added that DEAMS works to deliver a “21st century” financial management system to support business decisions.

The system integrates operations such as customer billing, collections, invoice processing, cost accounting and purchase requests, Accenture said.

DEAMS is currently deployed at 40 Air Force bases and several facilities of support organizations.

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