CDO, Lowry Win Spots on Follow-On Army Auto ID Tech Contract

Jeff Brody

CDO Technologies and Lowry Solutions have won positions on a five-year, $48.1M contract to provide data communications, software, hardware and related services for the U.S. Army’s automatic identification technology.

The firm-fixed-price contract also covers AIT documentation, training, warranty and incidental and technical engineering services, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Army Contracting Command received three bids via an online-based solicitation and will determine funds and performance locations with each order. The Pentagon expects contract work to conclude by Nov. 10, 2024.

A previous iteration of the contract was awarded in 2015 and shared by CDO, Lowry and SRA International.

AIT is designed to track assets, manage inventory records and process data across military systems.

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