Capstone has won a task order to help the U.S. Navy Installations Command manage information technology applications for the command’s logistics management program.
The company said Wednesday it will continue to support Logistics Functional Area Management systems, networks and databases for CNIC.
John McNally, senior vice president of growth at Capstone, said the company aims to help the military service to modernize its legacy LogFAM applications.
The Naval Supply Systems Command awarded the order through CNIC’s Program Management Oversight Services multiple-award contract vehicle.
Alexandria, Virginia-based Capstone offers IT, training, strategic planning and operational services to U.S. government organizations.