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Accenture Lands Army ERP Infrastructure Support Contracts

big data2A subsidiary of Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has won two contracts with a total $53.1 million value to provide support services for the U.S. Army‘s General Fund Enterprise Business System.

The first contract is worth $42 million and calls for Accenture Federal Services to help the branch maintain and operate the GFEBS infrastructure, Accenture said Wednesday.

Work will also include project management, application development and help desk services.

Under the second contract, worth $11.1 million, the business will provide GFEBS-related training and technical support at military bases and installations.

Accenture built and implemented the Army’s enterprise resource planning system in 2012 with the goal of providing the service an integrated platform for managing financial, real estate, accounting and performance data.

The system is used by more than 52, 000 Army personnel and manages approximately $220 billion in transactions across the branch, according to Accenture.

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