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Accenture Picks Up Valuable DLA Deal

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) signed a four-year, $73 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to integrate the agency’s energy supply chain into the enterprise business system program.

According to the firm, “the energy convergence program is designed to incorporate DLA’s energy supply chain business into its enterprise resource planning (ERP) architecture, which Accenture introduced in 2000 via the business systems modernization (BSM) contract.”

Accenture feels it is ready to help lead the DLA to a new level of productivity.

“Bringing energy into the EBS environment is DLA’s final step in achieving a leading-edge logistics system, ” said Lisa Mascolo, managing director, Accenture’s U.S. federal practice. “We look forward to helping DLA and DESC continue providing for America’s armed forces through an efficient, reliable and speedy supply chain that meets the ever-changing needs of DLA’s customers.”

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