Chantilly, Va. — August 12, 2015—Vencore, Inc. announced today that it was awarded a prime contracting position on the United States Army’s Sample Data Collection (SDC) program worth a potential of $86 million over the next three years. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) award is managed by the Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA), a direct reporting organization to Army Materiel Command (AMC).
Vencore’s work on this program will include SDC services on selected models of U.S. Army aviation and ground combat systems, tactical wheeled vehicles, and ground support equipment. Collection services are performed by subject matter experts at numerous locations in the United States and abroad during field exercises, and in garrison and overseas contingency operations.
This program serves a follow-on contract for Vencore, which has more than 23 years of continuous experience supporting AMSAA SDC.
“I appreciate the renewal of confidence that the U.S. Army has placed in Vencore by awarding us this follow-on data collection program,” said Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Vencore. “As experts in data collection, analysis and analytics, I know that we will continue to provide valuable information that can assist the Army in maximizing the lifecycle of its heavy equipment assets.”
Vencore will continue to collect, standardize, and quality-check maintenance data to enhance Army maintenance and logistics methods. AMSAA utilizes the data in reports and studies to include repair parts analysis, identifying reliability and maintainability characteristics of equipment over the life cycle, providing assessments of fleet health, analysis of component life, and providing estimates for manpower requirements. AMSAA products containing SDC data are used by numerous U.S. Army organizations and commands.
“This award solidifies our position as an industry leader in innovative data capture, cleansing and warehousing techniques and processes,” said Curtis.
Vencore will continue to support this program, based in Aberdeen, Md., with a highly competent team of former U.S. Army ground and aviation logisticians, mechanics, and supply experts.