SRA captures Army task order

SRA International has landed a task order worth up to $16.6 million to provide technical services for a system that manages military firing ranges.

Under the pact, SRA will support the Army’s Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS). More than 100 Army and Marine Corps bases, camps and installations use the system, which is designed to help installation managers run range facilities.

SRA will operate and enhance RFMSS, according to the company. Services will include program management, database design and development, requirements analysis, software development, and user support. The contract includes an optional task order that calls for converting RFMSS to a Web-based system.

GovWorks, a federal acquisition center under the Interior Department, awarded the contract through the General Services Administration’s Federal Supply Schedule.


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