Octo Consulting Group, which provides technology and digital services to the U.S. government, will share a $20 million contract to engineer and support the U.S. Army‘s Human Resources systems.
Octo will team with the project's prime contractor, DMI, as well as subcontractors DVS and Dfuse to create a standardized, knowledge-based automation tool that will ensure HR functions are aligned with the Army's mission.
Octo will support the Army’s Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS), Product Director Army Human Resource Systems, and Technology Integrated Management Support Services program team.
“As a subcontractor to DMI, we are honored to expand our decade-long relationship with the U.S. Army PEO-EIS by ensuring these critical human resource systems are not only interoperable with the DoD’s IT systems, but are also global in scale,” Octo CEO Mehul Sanghani said. “This contract is a validation by the government that our team clearly understands the role these systems play in supporting our service members in combat and at home."
DMI’s contract is for five years, consisting of an 11-month base and four 12-month option periods.
"We look forward to advancing AHRS into the future as its existing systems transition into the Army’s Integrated Pay and Personnel System portfolio as part of the Army HR Enterprise Resource Planning vision," Sanghani said.