New requirements for Army’s global logistics system
The Army has added requirements to the project to modernize its logistics organizations on Army installations.
The Army has added requirements to the project to modernize its logistics organizations on Army installations, reports FCW, a sister publication of Defense Systems.
The additional work for the Global Combat Support System (GCSS-Army),will be done under a $299 million contract modification, the story said.
Army officials and Northrop Grumman are developing a single, Web-based system to manage the tactical supply and maintenance throughout the Army. GCSS-Army will give military officials near-real-time information on their supplies.
The system will retire approximately 65,000 stand-alone data repositories, essentially desktop systems, the story said.
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