Accenture Federal Services (AFS), which selected St. Louis for its new Advanced Technology Center in 2020, is one of eight firms that’s been awarded a five-year government contract for up to $990 million.
The contract includes organizational support for the Air Force Deputy Chief Management Officer and Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Air Force Office of Business Transformation.
AFS said it would provide digital solutions across 10 Department of Defense lines of business: contract and category management, financial management, information technology, acquisition, health care, community services, human resources, real property, digital transformation, and portions of the department that are not part of military services or intelligence agencies.
“We look forward to teaming with the Air Force as they accelerate the development and deployment of digital technologies,” said Vince Vlasho, AFS’ Defense Portfolio Lead. “Through our deep experience in advanced technology implementations, AFS can help the Air Force advance its goal of enterprise-wide transformation in the years ahead.”
AFS provides U.S. federal government agencies with advanced digital, cloud, automation, artificial intelligence, and cyber solutions. The company announced its expansion in St. Louis in June of 2020, creating 1,400 new technology jobs in the region.