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Logistics Systems Incorporated (LSI) Awarded Army Logistics Inventory Management Contract

LSI selected to provide its logistics/inventory management capabilities to support PM LIS and the Army STAMIS.

December 17, 2008 -- Logistics Systems Incorporated (LSI) announced today that it has been awarded a contract to provide logistics and inventory management services to the Army’s Project Manager, Logistics Information Systems (PM LIS).

The warehouse management support provided to PM LIS under this contract will facilitate the worldwide deployment of high value STAMIS computer and communications technologies, and will operate near the PM LIS headquarters at Fort Lee, Virginia.

LSI currently provides similar information management services to customers in the Department of Defense and Department of Transportation. President and Chief Executive Officer Lawrence Wilkerson said, “We are extremely pleased with this contract and the confidence that the Army continues to show in LSI. This contract represents an important step in LSI’s continued growth and development. We look forward to working with PM LIS managers to help them achieve their logistics goals.”

About LSI
Founded in 2002, LSI is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) and Small Business Administration 8(a) certified concern. LSI provides integrated logistics management and life cycle support, information technology (IT) service support, and program management services as core competencies to both government and commercial concerns.

More information on Logistics Systems Incorporated can be found at www.logistics-sys.com.

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Henry Jennings
Vice President, Business Development
(202) 347-0821
henry.jennings@logistics-sys.com

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