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DCMA Updates Automated Contract Administration Tool

softwareThe Defense Contract Management Agency has rolled out a new version of its automated tool that works to help DCMA personnel evaluate acquisition programs and review contracts.

DCMA said Tuesday Integrated Workload Management System 3.0 includes a program assessment reporting feature designed to support team collaboration and facilitate report generation and approval processes as well as enterprise-level data analysis functions.

The agency noted that users can attach files, enter case data, generate and distribute letters and forms to designated recipients as well as manage cases via an end-to-end process using the combined features of the IWMS platform.

Antoine McNeal, IWMS program manager, said that DCMA added three new capacities and various additional features to the tool as a result of the agency’s efforts.

“We were able to develop an enterprise PAR with minimal resources in less than six months and logic-intense contract review in less than a year,” McNeal added.

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