LMI to Support USPS Enterprise Program Under Potential $100M Contract; David Zolet Comments

David Zolet

LMI has received a potential multiyear, $100 million contract to help the U.S. Postal Service  manage enterprise-wide projects.

The company said Thursday it will recommend strategies for USPS executives to increase operational efficiency, address customer requirements, develop products and maintain industry competition.

Work also includes high-level analyses in support of as part of the agency’s Enterprise Program Support initiative.

“A contract of this size and scope requires collaboration between our newly established service lines and our team is ready to tackle the opportunity,” said David Zolet, LMI president and CEO and a 2018 Wash100 recipient.

Caron Ward, director of program and implementation management at LMI, said the company has supported USPS over the past two decades and aims to help the agency implement transformation efforts across its enterprise.

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