MicroPact lands $12.9 million contract with Navy Criminal Investigative Service
MicroPact, Inc., a supplier of case management software, has been awarded a contract to provide the U.S. Navy with a Naval Justice Information System (NJIS) — an enterprise system supporting the entire life cycle of criminal and military justice cases in the Navy and Marine Corps — for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS).
The contract is valued at $12.9 million, including software licenses, maintenance and professional services over the course of the contract.
The enterprise solution, which will support as many as 5,000 concurrent users, will provide law enforcement investigative case management, workflow tracking, and incident reporting services to NCIS.
The case management software system will consolidate the functionality of multiple law enforcement, judicial and corrections systems within the Navy and Marines including the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corp. (JAG). As a Web-based COTS platform with built-in investigative and law enforcement features, entellitrak can be quickly deployed via software configuration rather than custom coding.
“MicroPact is proud to serve the Department of the Navy and provide their professionals with a Case Management platform that consolidates multiple systems and fosters collaboration within a secure environment,” said Kris Collo, founder, president and CEO of MicroPact. “The team behind the entellitrak platform understands the complex nature of criminal investigations and other supporting operations — from initial investigations to evidence tracking to processing legal appeals. The Navy will be able to quickly leverage entellitrak’s Data-First approach to case management and rapidly configure the platform to meet its challenging and very specific processes and requirements.”
MicroPact teamed with NTT DATA Federal Services, Inc., a subsidiary of NTT DATA, Inc., on this contract. NTT DATA Federal Services, Inc. has significant expertise and experience delivering enterprise software solutions to federal law enforcement, homeland security, and intelligence agencies.