Army awards $21M contract to Multimax

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"Contracting bliss"

The Army’s Human Resources Command has awarded Multimax a contract to support the service’s Personnel Electronic Records Management System, known as iPERMS.

The deal has a potential value of $21 million for Multimax, a provider of enterprise information technology and communications services for military and civilian agencies.

The Army, Army Reserves, Army National Guard and U.S. Army Accessions Command use iPERMS to maintain joint personnel records worldwide, including in the war theaters in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Multimax is partnering with CHE Consulting of Fenton, Mo., to provide hardware maintenance, systems engineering, program management and systems solutions for the iPERMS program management office at five major sites for the Army and at sites in all 54 states and territories for the Army National Guard.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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