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Army Plans ERP Tech Project for Business System Consolidation

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The U.S. Army is seeking industry feedback on its draft notice regarding a prototype project opportunity and a statement of need for an enterprise resource planning system to converge five business systems at the military service.

The branch intends to collect input through July 18 and host an industry day to discuss its Enterprise Business System Convergence initiative after the receipt of private sector comments, according to a presolicitation notice posted Tuesday on SAM.gov.

For the project, the Army said it will employ a lead systems integrator using the other transaction authority process for the design, development and demonstration of a prototype ERP platform to consolidate the branch’s General Fund Enterprise Business System, GFEBS-Sensitive Activities, Global Combat Support System-Army, Logistics Modernization Program and Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program Hub.

Army CIO Raj Iyer told reporters in June the service plans to invest $1.4 billion to update legacy business systems across its organization during fiscal year 2023 and the budget covers EBS-C prototyping work.