On The Move
SCRA Applied R&D Receives Multi-Million Dollar Contract
Oct 24, 2012
Will Support Department of Defense eCommerce Site "EMALL"
SC - October 24, 2012 - SCRA Applied R&D, an applied research
corporation, today announced the receipt of a 15 month, multi-million
dollar contract to support Department of Defense (DoD) EMALL. DOD EMALL
is a full service, eCommerce site positioned to be the preferred online
purchasing service for DOD and other federal and state agency users. The site provides users with a shopping experience and functionally
similar to commercial ordering and shopping sites, such as Amazon.com,
but has custom features and services to meet the unique requirements of
the government's ordering environment.
A follow-on to a previously awarded contract, SCRA Applied R&D will continue to provide round-the-clock sustainment and maintenance services, software engineering, testing and configuration management. SCRA Applied R&D, the program manager, will team with Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation and ICF International to execute this contract.
"The support performed under this contract demonstrates SCRA Applied R&D's ability to not only maintain and sustain the existing system and related applications, but also to apply new technologies and off-the-shelf technologies in innovative ways to deliver new client solutions," said SCRA Applied R&D President Chris Van Metre. "We look forward to our continued work on the DOD EMALL program to ensure our servicemen and women are well-equipped to serve and protect."
SCRA is an applied research company with over 30 years of experience delivering technology solutions with high returns on investment to federal and corporate clients. Our Applied R&D affiliate manages over 100 national and international programs worth over $1.5 billion in contract value, and our technology-based economic development affiliate helps early-stage companies to commercialize innovations and create jobs. In support of our mission, SCRA builds and manages research facilities that include wet labs, secure rooms for sensitive work and advanced, high-tech manufacturing shops.