Lockheed to Provide IT Architecture and Data Services on $26M Army IDIQ Order

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) information systems and global solutions has won a $26.1 million U.S. Army contract for a variety of new enterprise architecture services.

The company will develop and integrate operational architecture, manage data and support data visualization for the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.

The award is under the ITES-2 contract vehicle and has one base year and two one-year option.

Lockheed will team with Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) on the work.

“Enterprise architecture is a core competency that Lockheed Martin continues to develop in order to support our customers, ” said Erich Sanchack,  IT services vice president for IS&GS defense. “We have a proven background in operational and enterprise architecture as seen in our past work for AIMD, the U.S. Joint Forces Command, and the DoD.  We’re delighted for the opportunity to use our experience and expertise to support the development, validation, visualization, and management of Army operational architecture data, documentation and products.”

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