Dynamics Research Corporation, provider of mission-critical technology management services and solutions for government programs, has announced that it is on the Computer Sciences Corporation led team chosen to support the US Army’s Battle Command Knowledge System.
The subcontract to Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC), includes a ten-month base period and two one-year renewal options. Revenue for the initial base period is estimated at $1.1 million with a total award value of approximately $3.5 million.
The Battle Command Knowledge System establishes an Army-level knowledge management system to support soldiers and leaders in the performance of operational missions.
Tom Kelly, senior vice president and general manager for DRC’s system engineering and information technology group, said: We are pleased that our US Army customers continue to seek DRC’s subject matter experts in knowledge management and other training related areas through the various Commands at Fort Leavenworth.