Fujitsu leads MoD logistics contract consortium

A consortium headed by Fujitsu Services, and comprising Lockheed Martin UK and LSC Group, is bidding to win the Ministry of Defence's Future Logistic Information Services programme (FLIS) contract.

A consortium headed by Fujitsu Services, and comprising Lockheed Martin UK and LSC Group, is bidding to win the Ministry of Defence's Future Logistic Information Services programme (FLIS) contract.

The Future Logistic Information Services programme (FLIS) programme aims to provide a service to sustain, develop and integrate logistic information to support the transformation and execution of defence logistic processes. The FLIS programme is managed and owned by Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S), on behalf of the MoD

"Our 'E-fect' consortium understands the MoD's current logistics challenges and brings together the optimal balance of skills and experience to transform the current operation to increase the efficiency and agility of the MoD's overall logistic support chain," said Roger Hood, E-fect campaign director.

The delivery partner selected to fulfil the FLIS requirements will be responsible for the provision of information systems and applications to enable the co-ordination and effective working of all parties involved in the support chain, including the industrial companies, the DE&S and front line commands.

Read more on IT supplier relationship management

SearchCIO
SearchSecurity
SearchNetworking
SearchDataCenter
SearchDataManagement
Close