4M Research has been awarded an Army Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Services prime contract. Under this contract the 4M Team will provide a wide array of technical services including design, development, deployment, fielding, and sustainment services required for Army ERP Programs.
Programs and organizations supported under this contract include the Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP) Portfolio including AESIP Hub, Global Combat Support Systems – Army (GCSS-Army), and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) Portfolio including GFEBS, GFEBS Sensitive Activities (GFEBS-SA), and Army Contract Writing System (ACWS), the Army Shared Services Center (Army-SSC), as well as other Army Stakeholder Organizations e.g. Fort Hood and Tobyhanna Army Depot. The total potential value of the contract is approximately $847M.
CEO, Julie Martz, stated: “4M is very proud that the Army values our past accomplishments, our extremely talented work force, and our dedication to the ERP mission. We are honored to be able to work side by side with the ERP leadership to help make this critical program a success.”
“This award is the culmination of the hard work and extraordinary skill sets of each industry member of the 4M Team. We look forward to helping the Army move these transformational programs forward” said Neal Caldwell, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Solutions.
4M Research, founded in 2007, is a Woman Owned Small Business located in Huntsville, Alabama specializing in a wide array of engineering, enterprise, and logistics services. The Company’s portfolio includes support to PEO EIS; PEO Aviation; US Army AMRDEC; US Army TACOM; US Army AMCOM; and other valued customers.