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Second Annual
Ugly Sweater Contest
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LSI conducted its second Annual Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest. Despite the horrifying and shocking scene, the event was a lot of fun and enjoyed by everyone.
Congratulations to Jane Green
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Jane Green, LSI's Senior Director of Contracts and Administration, was published in the May issue of National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Contract Management magazine.

Contract Management magazine is the flagship publication of the National Contract Management Association. Jane’s article guides federal contractors on implementing a customer early engagement program to improve CPAR results.
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LSI Receives GSA VETS 2 Award To Support US Army Reserve Command (USARC) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – GCSS-Army

February 6, 2019

LSI, an award-winning IT services and solutions provider for the federal government, has been awarded a GSA VETS 2 task order for Sustainment Information Systems (SIS) Maintenance. “This 5-year contract includes providing logistics support services, organizational change management, data cleansing, data migration, and validation, and is a good example of the value we bring to customers of this Best-In-Class GSA vehicle,” said Kevin Schmitt, LSI VP Information Technology and Engineering. “We look forward to continuing to support the ARMY Reserve Command and other customers of the GSA VETS 2 contract vehicle.”

ABOUT GCSS-ARMY
GCSS-Army is the tactical unit / installation logistics and financial system for the U.S. Army. GCSS-Army is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution that tracks supplies, spare parts and organizational equipment. It tracks unit maintenance, total cost of ownership and other financial transactions related to logistics for all Army units. This modernized application subsumed outdated Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) and integrated about 40,000 local supply and logistics databases into a single, enterprise-wide authoritative system.

ABOUT LSI
LSI is an ISO 9001:2015 certified and CMMI Maturity Level 3 for Services (CMMISVC/3) appraised, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Washington, DC. LSI is a Top-Secret Facility-Cleared firm offering a full range of strategic management and IT professional services and solutions, including Cyber Security & Information Assurance, Engineering Services, and Supply Chain Operations. We offer large company capabilities with the agility and flexibility of a small business, meeting and exceeding evolving requirements. For more information, please visit www.logistics-sys.com.

MEDIA CONTACT
Keith Cromack, Sr, VP Business Development
202.601.1024
keith.cromack@logistics-sys.com


LSI awardee of the The Department of Justice (DOJ) competitive multiple award Information Technology Support Services (ITSS-5) contract

May 23, 2018

LSI has been awarded a prime position on the multiple awarded contract vehicle for the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Information Technology Support Services (ITSS-5) IT services support contract under the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) track. The DOJ ITSS-5 SDVOSB track consists of nine small business teams. This contract is the fifth generation of ITSS acquisition vehicles within the DOJ. Lawrence Wilkerson, President and CEO of LSI stated, “LSI is thrilled about this phenomenal win! We assembled a dynamic team who collectively bring a history of considerable knowledge, competence and innovation for this opportunity and are humbled at assuming a place on this vehicle as one of the few chosen teams. This new contract allows LSI to develop a footprint within the Justice Department as a Prime, and we can’t wait to expand on our IT services with our new customer.”


LSI awardee of the Veterans Technology Services (VETS) 2, Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC)

November 2017

As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), LSI is pleased to count itself among the several awardees of the Veterans Technology Services (VETS) 2, Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). Under the VETS 2 vehicle, LSI will support the customized IT services needs of multiple Federal Agencies in data management, information and communications technology, IT operations and maintenance, IT security, software development, and systems design. According to Lawrence Wilkerson, LSI President and CEO, “LSI is ready to aggressively market and compete on task orders on VETS 2. We have the capability and the experience to continue to provide exceptional support to our customers.”


LSI was prime awardee of the HHS Children and Families (ACF) Human Services Interoperability and Data Sharing Support Services contract

September 21, 2017

LSI is proud to continue its support of the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) as prime awardee of the Human Services Interoperability and Data Sharing Support Services contract. Through this contract, LSI will provide technical support of ACF’s National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) to include project management, domain management, implementation, and development and deployment. The NIEM data exchange model is integral to the ACF’s Interoperability Initiative that aims to provide impactful guidance, resources, and tools to support data sharing According to President and CEO, Lawrence Wilkerson “this win is another example of LSI’s commitment to corporate social responsibility and continued commitment to HHS’ goals to promote the social well-being of children, families, individuals and communities.”


LSI awarded contract by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Division (ICPD)

September 15, 2017

LSI continues to expand its footprint within the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) with another prime contract win. In support of the Individual and Community Preparedness Division (ICPD), LSI will provide IT Service Delivery services, including system design, development, implementation and integration, software design/development, and operations and maintenance. Lawrence Wilkerson, President and CEO, is “proud of the exceptional support that LSI continues to provide FEMA and the American people. We are committed to FEMA’s mission to increase individual, family, organizational, and community preparedness.”


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded LSI a follow-on contract to provide Warehouse Operations and Inventory Management Support services

September 1, 2017

Another win for LSI’s Logistics Division! The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded LSI a follow-on contract to provide Warehouse Operations and Inventory Management Support services. Using its proprietary property management system, LOOKOUT™, LSI will receive, stage, store, handle, secure, distribute, ship, dispose, and maintain inventory of the government’s leased property. President and CEO, Lawrence Wilkerson considers this opportunity a game changer for the company. “The government recognizes the strength of our technology and this win is just another step in not only deepening our relationship with TSA but also expanding our reach in the logistics market.”


The Naval Higher Education Information Technology Consortium (NHEITC) has awarded LSI a 5-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract

July 14, 2017

The Naval Higher Education Information Technology Consortium (NHEITC) has awarded LSI a 5-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide technical support to enhance the consortium’s use of information technology to meet the mission needs of its member institutions. Through this contract, LSI will provide computer network defense, network and infrastructure maintenance, network engineering, enterprise architecture, and virtualization and visualization services. President and CEO, Lawrence Wilkerson is proud of the key role that LSI will play in the NHEITC. “This is about ensuring the future of undergraduate, graduate, and professional education in the Navy… and having LSI involved at this stage will help create economies of scale and eliminate redundancy in services.”