QinetiQ North America will continue to support the U.S. Army‘s aviation unit-level logistics system under a time and materials task order worth up to $22 million over one base year and two option years.
The system allows Army aviation units to perform and track maintenance and supply operations.
The company will continue to provide software engineering solutions for maintenance, logistics and business intelligence applications. Other tasks will include project management and data conversion.
The order was awarded under the Alliant government-wide acquisition contract by the communications and electronics command at Fort Lee in Virginia.
The company is the orginal developer of the ULLS-A(E) software, which is fielded to every aviation unit in the Army and currently has more than 52, 000 users.
“QinetiQ North America is honored that SEC-Lee has continued to put their trust and confidence in us to continue our support of this program, which is critical to executing the Army’s logistics vision, ” said Steve Walters, QinetiQ NA’s vice president of mission software solutions. “We share SEC-Lee’s mission to deliver quality software solutions and support to the warfighter to ensure superiority and information dominance.”