Mac Curtis: Vencore to Help Army Collect, Analyze Logistics Data

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

Vencore has been awarded a three-year, $86 million prime contract from the U.S. Army to continue its support for the Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity’s sample data collection program.

The company said Wednesday it will provide SDC services for models of the Army’s aviation and ground combat systems, ground support equipment and tactical wheeled vehicles.

Vencore CEO and President Mac Curtis added that the company will carry out collection and analytics work for the Army as the branch aims to boost lifecycles of its heavy equipment.

The SDC program covers logistics and maintenance data that informs tasks such as repair parts analysis, fleet health assessment, component life analysis and manpower planning.

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