The task order falls under a commercial enterprise omnibus support service contract and has an 11-month base period and two one-year options, according to a Tuesday company announcement.
QinetiQ won a similar task order in December, worth $13 million, to help the Marine Corps integrate its warehouse management system.
The McLean, Va.-based defense technology provider will provide acquisition, technical, logistics, engineering and administrative services for the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps/Logistics Chain Management Increment 1 program.
The company’s services will support warehousing, distribution, logistics planning, decision support, depot maintenance and integration.
The company will also help the GCSS-MC/LCM replace four 40-year-old supply and maintenance information technology systems.
The system consists of commercial off-the-shelf enterprise resource planning software for warfighters and 40,000 users currently access the enterprise solution.