Contract Award- Stanley Inc. – $118.7 million – US Army

The US Army has awarded Stanley Inc. a contract to assist the Material Command of the Army. The award, worth $118.7 million, is to last five years with exercise of options.

The contract requires Stanley Inc. to provide maintenance for and help sustain the Integrated Material Management Operations System. The contract will help support the Army’s Regeneration program. It will allow them to track and identify equipment that is stored and repaired at facilities world wide. Phil Nolan, Chairman, president and CEO, said “Stanley is honored to be a part of ASC’s mission to sustain American fighting forces worldwide. We look forward to providing the logistics automation capabilities and support services that will assist with this critical task.” Under the contract, Stanley Inc. will provide area expertise in information systems design, user training, data cleansing and other technical areas.

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