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mPower Development Support Relied on by CSC for Army Logistics Modernization Program

The Client: Computer Sciences Corporation / United States Army

Computer Sciences Corporation CSC is an information technology (IT) and business Services Company headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, USA. CSC predominantly provides IT personnel staffing services in the following areas: systems integration and professional services; enterprise application development and management; application software for the financial services industry; business process outsourcing; managed hosting services; and application and IT infrastructure outsourcing. CSC’s consulting and professional services include advising clients on the acquisition and utilization of IT and on business strategy, security, modeling, simulation, engineering, operations, change management and business process reengineering. CSC serves Fortune Global 1000 companies in fifteen industries and national and local governments.

Project Description

The Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) is the Army’s core initiative to totally replace the two largest, most important warfighting support National-level logistics systems; the inventory management Commodity Command Standard System (CCSS), and the depot and arsenal operations Standard Depot System (SDS). LMP is a backbone for achieving Army Log Domain Strategic IT Plan and the Single Army Logistics Enterprise (SALE) vision.

mPower Software Services provides development and programming support to CSC for portions of this imitative.

LMP leverages an international industry standard application, SAP, which provides integrated logistics management capability to manage supply, demand, asset availability, distribution, and maintain data, financial control and reporting. LMP supports the Core Business Mission strategic capabilities specifically in the areas of weapon system life cycle management, material supply and service management while supporting financial management. It delivers an integrated production management capability supporting critical systems such as the armored, wheeled and aviation fleets, and command and control electronics delivery systems for the warfighter and foreign military sales (FMS) operations. LMP’s phased implementation assures continuity of current supply chain solutions during critical Operations for Iraqi Freedom (OIF).