Army Taps Intergraph Government Solutions for Digital Records Mgmt Contract

Intergraph Government Solutions has received a potential three-year, $36 million contract from the U.S. Army to support the Army Records Management and Declassification Agency’s efforts to analyze, declassify and manage digital records.

IGS said Monday the contract covers cybersecurity services as well as data center support for web-based applications accessed by more than 64,000 Army personnel worldwide.

The company will also work to secure and maintain records in the Army Records Information Management System, an IGS-built web application.

IGS will also provide technical, analytical and database administration; application programming; data entry; digitization; and infrastructure sustainment support to RMDA.

The contract has one base year and two option years and work will occur in Alexandria, Virginia.

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