Multimax Wins Task Order for Air Force Software Asset Management Pilot.LARGO, Md. -- Multimax, Inc. announced today that it has won an Air Force task order for a Software Asset Management (SAM) pilot system.
The order was issued to Multimax under the Air Force Network-Centric Solutions (NETCENTS NETCENTS Network-Centric Solutions (US Air Force) ) contract, following competitive bidding Competitive bidding
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1. among NETCENTS contract holders.
NETCENTS is a five-year, $9 billion acquisition initiative to provide Air Force, Department of Defense, and other Federal agencies with the complete range of Information Technology (IT), Networking, Telephony, and Security services Security services are state institutions for the provision of intelligence, primarily of a strategic nature, but also including protective security intelligence. Examples include the Security Service (MI5) and the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) in the United Kingdom, and the , solutions and products. Multimax is one of eight NETCENTS prime contractors.
NETCENTS is intended as a "mandatory use" contract across the Air Force.
Under the new task order, Multimax will lead a team in providing analysis, design and implementation of a SAM pilot system meeting Air Force objectives and capable of expansion into an Air Force Enterprise IT Management (AFEITM) system. The SAM pilot is the first step in developing a suite of network-based asset management tools that can track, manage and inventory both hardware and software resources, including software licenses In computing, software that is copyrighted and licensed under a software license is done under a variety of licensing schemes. For end-users there are proprietary licenses and there are free software licenses, and there are proprietary Within these schemes are further classifications. .
Maximo Enterprise IT provided by MRO Software MRO Software, Inc. - formerly known as PSDI, was a software firm based in Bedford, Massachusetts, which published Maximo, the top-selling Enterprise Asset Management system in the market. , Inc. is the centerpiece of Multimax's SAM pilot solution.
Key Multimax team members for this project include:
Anteon Corporation, a leading federal government contractor A government contractor is a private company that produces goods or services under contract for the government. Often the terms of the contract specify cost plus – i.e., the contractor gets paid for its costs, plus a specified profit margin. with pre-eminent experience in configuring and implementing Maximo asset management solutions in diverse federal and commercial environments. Anteon has successfully implemented Maximo at over 45 sites supporting more than 6,000 users. Multimax and Anteon have previously teamed to provide Maximo-based solutions to Air Force and other federal customers.
BearingPoint, Inc., a world-class professional services (job) professional services - A department of a supplier providing consultancy and programming manpower for the supplier's products. firm with in-depth experience providing support to the Air Force organizations most pertinent to the SAM pilot system. BearingPoint brings to the Multimax team exceptional knowledge of Air Force logistics transformation, proven program management, and systems integration expertise.
MRO Software, Inc., the leading provider of strategic asset and service management solutions. MRO MRO
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System design and configuration will be accomplished at Anteon's Montgomery (Ala.) Solution Center. The pilot system will be installed and tested at Langley AFB AFB
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"We are delighted to have won this NETCENTS task order, again demonstrating the strength of the Multimax NETCENTS team," said Carleton Jones, president of Multimax. "Special thanks to our superb NETCENTS management team for this significant win, and to Anteon, BearingPoint and MRO Software."
Multimax is a rapidly growing provider of innovative, performance-based, cost-effective Enterprise IT Services and Solutions supporting the critical missions of the Air Force, other Department of Defense components, and federal civilian agencies. Headquartered outside Washington, DC, the company has operations in 14 other locations across the United States, including its NETCENTS Program Management Office in Montgomery, Ala.