BigBear.ai Selected for 9-month, $7.7M OTA Contract as the Single Provider for Phase 2 U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command Integrated Mission Management System
The company will implement a cloud-based, no-code-/low-code solution to modernize management of the U.S. Army’s Test and Evaluation business processes
COLUMBIA, Md. — July 26, 2023 — BigBear.ai (NYSE: BBAI), a leader in providing AI-powered decision intelligence solutions, today announced that it has been selected as the single provider by the U.S. Army to implement phase two of the Army Test and Evaluation Command Integrated Mission Management System (AIMMS) in a single award OTA contract worth $7,762,198 over 9 months.
BigBear.ai will provide a modern no-code/low-code solution designed to replace ATEC’s legacy systems with a cloud-based, API-centric platform combining project and portfolio management, enterprise content management, workflow management, application integration and business intelligence/data analytics capabilities.
The solution offers the U.S. Army unique and democratized access to data, collaboration tools, advanced analytics, with an intuitive user experience. The solution is scalable and secure, and can fully integrate and automate existing and future T&E business processes to optimize ATEC’s decision intelligence and accelerate its digital transformation and overall readiness.
The award builds upon BigBear.ai’s portfolio of work supporting U.S. Army readiness through decision intelligence, including its continued delivery of the Global Force Information Management Objective Environment (GFIM-OE) intelligent automation platform.
“We are honored to have been awarded the AIMMS phase 2 award, which is so critical to optimizing test and evaluation data, and overall readiness, for national security stakeholders. We are excited for the opportunity to support the U.S. Army, as the single-source vendor on phase 2, as this program continues toward production,” said Mandy Long, CEO of BigBear.ai. “This initiative, along with our GFIM platform, are prime examples of how we’re providing a higher form of decision intelligence to our warfighter.”
“Our solution will provide ATEC access to essential data, saving time and resources needed to centralize and distribute data,” said Ryan Legge, President, Integrated Defense Solutions at BigBear.ai. “We’re proud to partner with the U.S. Army to deliver a seamless and adaptable tool designed to make mission-critical data more visible, accessible, trustworthy and secure for the right internal and external stakeholders.”
BigBear.ai’s mission is to deliver clarity for the world’s most complex decisions. BigBear.ai’s AI-powered, decision intelligence solutions are leveraged in three core markets: global supply chains & logistics, autonomous systems and cybersecurity. BigBear.ai’s customers, which include the US Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, the US Federal Government, as well as complex manufacturing and warehouse operations, distribution, and healthcare and life sciences, all rely on BigBear.ai’s solutions to empower leaders to decide on the best possible scenario by creating order from complex data, identifying blind spots, and building predictive outcomes. Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, BigBear.ai is a global, public company traded on the NYSE under the symbol BBAI. For more information, visit: https://bigbear.ai and follow BigBear.ai on Twitter: @BigBearai.
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Released July 26, 2023