Compusearch will host the Labor Department’s acquisition management system as a prime contractor, the company announced Monday.
The Dulles, Va.-based software and systems integrator received $2.6 million for the base and first option period to provide the commercial-off-the-shelf solution.
CEO Reid Jackson said in a release that the company has experience in helping agencies implement, operate and maintain end-to-end acquisition systems.
PRISM, a Web-based tool, will serve as the department’s enterprise-wide acquisition management system, replace a legacy system and should be operational by 2013, the company said.
The department will use PRISM with its new core financial management system, e-grants system and its contractor personnel system.
Nearly 200 contracting professionals and 3,800 requestors, approvers, and managers will use the system at department headquarters in Washington and regions in the U.S.