Accenture Federal Services wins ServiceNow contract with US Army

12 August 2022 1 min. read
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Accenture Federal Services (AFS) has won a five-year contract to deploy the ServiceNow platform at the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (Inscom).

AFS will use the popular cloud computing platform to help Inscom automate its IT workflows and connect its employees, functions, and systems. Inscom comprises more than 10,000 people and conducts intelligence, security, and information operations for US Army commanders, partners in the intelligence community, and national decision-makers.

“As a former U.S. Army senior intelligence officer, I understand that digital transformation plays a mission-critical role in supporting the Army’s complex, multi-disciplinary operations across the globe,” said Mary Legere, AFS managing director and strategy and engagement lead, national security portfolio. “Accenture Federal Services has deep expertise in ServiceNow integrations and we look forward to supporting INSCOM on this deployment.”

Accenture Federal Services wins ServiceNow contract with US Army

An Arlington, VA-based subsidiary of Accenture, AFS works with clients across defense, national security, civilian services, and federal health. The firm’s capabilities include digital government innovation, federal IT modernization, emerging technologies, and digital solution design.

“Accenture Federal Services is thrilled to support INSCOM’s ongoing drive to digital,” said Erik Raynes, AFS managing director and services intel client account lead, national security portfolio. “This award reflects our leading capabilities and trusted partnership with ServiceNow.”

AFS’ other recent contract awards include a 10-year, $199-million contract from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to provide a wide range of IT services in support of the agency’s Secure Flight System, as well as a $175-million multi-award IDIQ contract to perform crowdsourcing and other crowd-based solution delivery initiatives for NASA.