The US Army signed a five-year contract with Computer Systems Center Incorporated for an estimated total amount of $10 million for application analysis and technical programming, the company said on Wednesday.

CSCI will provide systems and mission integration, joint force analysis and technical program support for the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Warfare Analysis Division, and the Pentagon. The contract will span over a period of 5 years.

“This contract award will augment CSCI's analysis capabilities and trusted partnership with the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Defense Warfare Analysis Division,” said Linda LaRoche, CSCI CEO in a statement.

The contract is one of 15 task orders, contracts and sub-contracts that have been signed with CSCI in the past year. The latest contract with the US Army will see CSCI expand its workforce to meet the requirements of the contract.