Precise Awarded Follow-On IDIQ Contract to Manage the NAVAIR Acquisition Management System (AMS)

Precise Systems announces the award of a 5-year, $83M follow-on IDIQ contract to manage the Acquisition Management System (AMS) in support of Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).

Precise will provide full life-cycle management of AMS. This includes the specification, design, development, testing, training, operation, and maintenance of the AMS applications. AMS is a holistic Government-off-the-Shelf (GOTS) procurement management tool with proactive financial planning capabilities to effectively manage cost, schedule, and performance for on-time contract execution and consists of the Procurement Management Tool (PMT), the Common Spend Plan Tool (CSPT), the Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) tool, Contract Search, Contract Market Research, and the Knowledge Management System (KMS) portal. In addition to managing AMS at NAVAIR, Precise will also provide training to AMS users at multiple commands.

“We are so proud and honored to have been awarded the Acquisition Management System contract to continue supporting AMS. AMS has grown significantly in capability and use over the years. It has been a combined effort of teamwork with our government customers, employees, and the Precise Corporate team that has made this possible, and is a direct reflection of everyone’s hard work and dedication over the years.” says Kevin Adams, Precise Systems Senior Vice President.

About Precise Systems
Precise Systems is a professional services company currently working for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Air Force. Our core competencies include systems engineering, program and project management, logistics, information technology and cyber security, and software development services. We were founded in 1990 and since our establishment we have been providing cutting edge solutions and support to our warfighters. We understand and provide expert consultation on network and weapons systems acquisition programs, maintenance/modernization programs, and sustainment programs.