Tysons, Va. – LMI has been awarded a three-year, $211 million Army Data and Analytics Platforms (ARDAP) contract to provide program management, business transformation, technical, and professional advisory services to the Project Manager, Army Data and Analytics Platforms (PM ARDAP).
Today’s rapidly evolving threat environment creates a mission imperative to use Army data as a strategic asset to enable warfighter readiness. Innovation and broader adoption of cloud computing offer the performance and scalability to use advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to gain deep insights from the data stored within Army enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and other sources. LMI’s capabilities enable the Army to modernize business operations and implement integrated management systems to transform Army ERP and data systems to deliver outcomes that enhance readiness, reduce risk, and drive down costs—with greater speed and agility.
Robert Lech, vice president of LMI’s defense market, stated, “I am extremely proud of the value-added services and technical thought leadership, innovation, and objectivity LMI delivers to the U.S. Army. We look forward to continuing our partnership to address the complexities of sustaining, modernizing, and transforming Army business.”
LMI has served as a trusted partner for nearly 20 years to PM ARDAP. The organization has provided program management support and services in the full system lifecycle, including design, development, deployment, fielding, and sustainment of Army program logistics and financial compliance domains. LMI’s logistics, acquisition, and IT expertise ensured acquisition milestones were met to modernize Army finance and logistics systems as well as implement an integrated financial, tactical logistics, and wholesale logistics ERP system, enabling Army readiness and auditability.
Combining a legacy of federal expertise with an innovation ecosystem, we minimize time to value and accelerate mission success. With an emphasis on agile development and human-centered design, we enable agencies to experience solutions faster and conquer their toughest challenges sooner.
Karen GoodsonVice President, Department of Army Submarket Meet Karen
Karen GoodsonVice President, Department of Army Submarket
Karen is responsible for executing the mission and growing the scope of LMI’s U.S. Army submarket. She began her career in consulting at LMI in 2001 after serving as an ordnance officer in the U.S. Army.