eMentum Wins $4.3M Contract for Department of Justice LCMS

April 30, 2009 – Bethesda, MD – eMentum, Inc., a management and information technology consultancy to Federal agencies, has been awarded a follow-on contract by the Department of Justice (DOJ) through a blanket purchase agreement under the General Services Administration’s Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services program. eMentum will provide technical and project management support to DOJ for its enterprise Litigation Case Management System (LCMS). With a base year and two option years, the contract could reach a maximum value of $7.5M..

“We continually focus on client satisfaction, and this award demonstrates that our clients recognize the value of our people and our services. The LCMS program will provide significant benefit to DOJ and to the justice system as a whole, and we’re proud to continue to support this work,” said Bill Engel, eMentum Vice-President.

LCMS is a program to implement a common solution for the U.S. Attorney Offices and the DOJ litigating divisions to simplify the management of information, the support of individual cases and caseloads, tracking and reporting, and the collection of organizational performance data to support executive-level decision making and mandatory reporting to Congress and oversight agencies. This program will replace a decentralized, disconnected environment with an automated information management system. eMentum is providing system engineering and technical assistance to the LCMS Program Management Office, including technical advice, expertise, and support for the management of the implementation and integration vendor.

This contract expands eMentum’s strategic program management office support for the agency and demonstrates the quality services that our clients receive from eMentum consultants. As one of several enterprise solutions support contracts, the LCMS program is an example of how eMentum works strategically with clients to consolidate applications and to deliver enterprise architecture and solutions that are built once and applied across an integrated work force.