Bloomington, IN – August 15, 2007 – ENVISAGE Technologies announced today that it has received a $1.6 million task order for Academy Class Management System (ACMS) enhancement, implementation and support. The task order covers a full year of operations and maintenance support and includes specific tasking to assist CBP in deploying ACMS enterprise software at additional residential law enforcement academies throughout the Agency.
The task order calls for ENVISAGE to continue operations and maintenance for ACMS at law enforcement academies supporting the Border Patrol, Field Operations and Advanced Training. In addition numerous specialized residential training facilities across the country are being targeted for training system modernization utilizing the ACMS.
The ACMS system is the result of a multi-year joint collaboration between three (3) DHS agencies (CBP, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Citizenship and Immigration Services) who work closely together to define standard approaches best practices for law enforcement academy automation and training recordation.
“CBP has consistently demonstrated impressive leadership in driving systems consolidation and modernization,” stated Ari Vidali, ENVISAGE’s CEO. “The vital need to increase the ranks of highly trained law enforcement professionals has pushed academy workloads to an all time high. Modern enterprise systems like the ACMS are helping these academies achieve time compression and training acceleration in support of their mission.
About ENVISAGE Technologies
ENVISAGE is an industry visionary in organizational readiness, enterprise blended training management, and resource optimization. The company has provided advanced technology to training organizations in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Military, and state law enforcement and public safety training organizations. Its solutions help organizations achieve Readiness by automating complex training logistics, storing complete and accurate training records, and maximizing the use of limited resources. For more information, visit www.envisagenow.com