ACT I Secures Army ERP System Support Contract; Michael Zembrzuski Quoted

Jeff Brody
Mike Zembrzuski

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has been awarded a five-year, $50M contract to provide functional support for an enterprise resource planning system the U.S. Army uses to manage assets and  financial and accounting functions.

ACT I said Monday it will perform support work on the service branch's General Fund Enterprise Business System along with reporting and interfacing tools of the platform.

The web-based GFEBS includes materials, cost and funds management features as well as a business intelligence technology for managing financial reports.

Michael Zembrzuski, chief growth officer of ACT I, said efforts under the contract are intended to help the service branch "improve soldier, warfighter and Total Force support in the 21st Century.”

The company ill provide the ERP support services to Army Financial Management Command.

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