Defense awards Deloitte ERP consulting contract

The Defense Department has awarded Deloitte Consulting LLP a blanket purchase agreement to bid on enterprise resource planning implementation projects valued at $1 billion.

Deloitte is one of five companies with agreements to compete for task orders to support SAP, Oracle and PeopleSoft implementations.

The agreements were awarded under the Defense Department’s Enterprise Software Initiative, a project designed to implement a software enterprise management process.

The agreement will allow Defense Department agencies to purchase a range of commercial off-the-shelf software implementation service from Deloitte, the company announced today. The other firms are Accenture Ltd., BearingPoint Inc., Computer Sciences Corp. and IBM Corp.


The services include configuration, integration installation, data conversion, training, testing, object development, interface development, business process re-engineering, project management, risk management and quality assurance.

Under terms of the agreement, the New York-based professional services firm can receive orders for ERP implementation support from all Defense agencies.

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