U.S. Army $3.5 billion supply-chain, logistics contract will include work from Lockheed Martin and IFS

LINKOPING, Sweden. Supply-chain and logistics software from IFS will be included in the $3.5 billion contract that Lockheed Martin has signed with the U.S. Army to provide logistics and sustainment functionality for supply-chain management, warehouse management, and purchasing functions.

Applications modules will be a will be a key part of the seven-year in which it pledges to globally sustain more than 300,000 fielded Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS), including live-fire ranges and instrumentation systems, in support of the U.S. Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) contract. IFS Applications will be used to ensure that materials, parts, and resources are available to sustain these assets for the military.

In a follow-on phase of the contract, IFS will introduce tools to enable powerful scheduling capabilities for mobile technicians servicing the assets.

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