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The contract was awarded by the Navy's Fleet & Industrial Supply Center to facilitate a number of unspecified "business transformation initiatives" in supply and logistics.

Paul McDougall

March 19, 2007

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Bermuda-based outsourcer Accenture said Monday that it has won a contract worth up to $58 million to help the U.S. Navy revamp its logistics systems.

The contract was awarded by the Navy's Fleet & Industrial Supply Center to facilitate a number of unspecified "business transformation initiatives" in supply and logistics, Accenture said. The work is expected to be completed in March 2008. IBM recently received a contract worth up to $47 million under the same program, while Booz Allen Hamilton received a contract worth up to $48 million and Amsec LLC received a contract worth up to $44 million if all options are exercised. About 95% of the work will take place at U.S. Navy locations in Washington, D.C., according to the Department of Defense. Last week, Accenture said it had negotiated early termination of a contract to operate and maintain a welfare enrollment system for the state of Texas.

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Paul McDougall

Editor At Large, InformationWeek

Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.

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