Lockheed Martin will work with professional services contractor GCS to refresh the application infrastructure for the General Services Administration“™s Federal Acquisition Service under a potential $400 million task order.
Lockheed selected McLean, Virginia-based GCS to provide operation, maintenance, enhancement and development services for the CIO Applications, Maintenance, Enhancements, and Operations as a subcontractor, GCS said Tuesday.
Tanaz Shahrzad, GCS vice president of civilian solutions group, said the companies to deliver acquisition and technology services for GSA under CAMEO.
The team will work to modernize FAS“™ applications, systems and platforms for its business operations.
Lockheed and GCS will also perform technical architecture development, security and software development services.