ASGN Inc. subsidiary ECS has won an $87 million contract from the U.S. Army to help manage payments and provide human recourses support, the Calabasas staffing company announced Wednesday.
ECS will oversee the Army’s existing payment and human recourses software networks and develop new system capabilities to better manage personnel and payroll information.
“Ensuring our service members have access to the best functionality in their systems is essential to the ECS mission,” Tim Wilde, senior vice president of science and engineering at ECS, said in a statement. “The ECS team looks forward to making this complex deployment successful, with our team of skillful engineers, architects and acquisition professionals.”
Shares of ASGN rose $2.64, or 3.9 percent, on Thursday to close at $69.72 on the Nasdaq.