Spin Systems Awarded US Navy Sea Warriors Contract
Spin Systems, a leading provider of enterprise-wide solutions to Fortune 500 companies and federal Government agencies, has been awarded a contract to provide, assess, and support business process re-engineering, document re-generation, and the sustainment of changes to Department of Defense Information Technology Portfolio Repository (DITPR), and Department of the Navy Application and Database Management System (DADMS).
The initial Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) of the contract is a baseline assessment of two mission critical Navy systems, Department of Defense (DoD) Information Technology Portfolio Repository (DITPR) and Department of Navy (DoN) Application and Database Management System (DADMS). The assessment will review source code, servers, databases, web services of current applications, and a detailed assessment of conditions to the Navy. The second part of the contract consists of long term maintenance; Spin Systems will head the day to day operational support of DITPR/DADMS complete with Spin Systems’ helpdesk solution.
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“Legacy systems are what keeps a company running. They are successful, mature, and have been in existence for a while. Though they can still thrive, these older technologies are more difficult to maintain and are an issue for many legacy system owners,” states Spin Systems CEO and President, Wael Ali. “With our expansive background in legacy systems, Spin Systems has developed a proven method for legacy system migration and sustainment that includes manual and automated processes. This is our first contract with the United States Navy, and we look forward to providing them with cost-effective and innovative solutions in the future.”
The Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) manages a complex portfolio of IT systems to support Navy human resource management, criminal justice, fleet support, afloat business applications, Navy and DoD portfolio management, DON administration, and joint aviation aircraft scheduling. The PMW 240 program is part of the PEO EIS and was assigned the program management responsibilities for DITPR and DADMS. Together, DITPR and DADMS make up the DADMS IT platform.
Source : Spin Systems, Inc.
Nov 15 - 17, 2016 - Arlington, United States