The General Services Administration awarded Lockheed Martin a task order worth up to $550 million June 9 to help update its Federal Acquisition Service’s business systems.
The award covers application development and modernization as well as operations and maintenance of a wide array of applications, including personal property management, travel, fleet and purchase card services, according to an agency announcement. But the agency has set “challening spending targets substantially less” than the contract ceiling value, according to GSA.
“GSA’s mission to provide efficiency and savings to our federal partners requires FAS to deploy multiple, integrated business applications and IT systems. We are moving to reduce the number of applications and platforms used by FAS, by updating and removing duplicative systems and driving new efficiencies into how we conduct business with our customer agencies,” said Tom Sharpe, FAS Commissioner.
The task order was awarded as part of GSA’s Application Maintenance, Enhancement and Operations (CAMEO) program designed to modernize and transform its business operations and help bring contracting activities into a more interactive environment.