MetroStar Systems lands $155M contract from Marines
Will provide business information systems support
Reston-based MetroStar Systems Inc. has received a contract to provide the Marine Corps Technology Services Organization with business information systems support, the Pentagon announced Monday.
The contract is a single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a maximum value of $155 million and a five-year ordering period. Fiscal 2022 funds totaling $5.92 million will be obligated at the time of the award and remaining money will be provided via task orders. According to the Pentagon, 99% of the work will be performed in Indianapolis.
The Marine Corps Technology Services Organization supports Department of Defense business operations including pay, personnel, accounting, budgeting and analysis and makes sure that Marines get paid on time and accurately and that dependent receive benefits.
MetroStar is a digital services and management consulting company that started in a dormitory room at George Mason University in 1999 and has grown to more than 300 employees.