Unison Releases Gov’t Contracting App for Army Personnel

Unison has unveiled an interactive application that works to guide the U.S. Army’s acquisition team through the government contracting process.

The Contracting Compass houses a database of contracting policies and processes as well as training features and is designed to provide real-time updates to users, the company said Tuesday.

“Contracting Compass helps acquisition professionals choose the best approach and provides approved support documentation and templates to aid in completing all types of acquisitions,” said Reid Jackson, president and CEO at Unison.

Army personnel may use the app through the Procurement.Army.Mil knowledge management hub.

Formerly known as Compusearch, Unison offers contract lifecycle management, acquisition, program management and financial assistance offerings to public sector customers.

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