Contract Enables ARRAY Expansion at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City
Greenbelt, MD – July 8, 2014 – Array Information Technology (ARRAY) announced today that the U.S. Air Force (USAF) selected ARRAY to support its Contract Repair Management System (CRMS) program located at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, OK. The award is part of the USAF NETCENTS II contract vehicle.
CRMS is an Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) tool that provides full enterprise visibility and contract performance tracking and analysis, and facilitates the management of mission critical contracted-out AFMC depot-level repairs of government owned end items and materiel.
“Team ARRAY is proud to assume responsibility for sustainment of CRMS,” said Mark Douglas, Defense Client Executive of ARRAY. “CRMS will be a complimentary addition to our Air Force logistics portfolio, including other asset management systems such as Commercial Asset Visibility Air Force (CAV AF) and Integrated Logistics System – Supply (ILS-S).”
ARRAY is currently recruiting professionals in the Oklahoma City area to fill a variety of positions on this task order. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply through the company’s career page.
ARRAY has received national and regional awards for its growth achievements, including being recognized frequently by Inc. Magazine, Deloitte Technology and Washington Technology as one of the fastest growing U.S. businesses. ARRAY brings the capability and the leadership of a medium-sized business but retains the agility of a small business. ARRAY has also obtained critical ISO and CMMI certifications, and is continuously focused on improving quality management to ensure that products and solutions meet only the highest quality standards in the industry.
ARRAY Information Technology, Inc. specializes in services to the National Security, Defense, and Scientific Sectors. In addition to multiple awards for its growth achievements, ARRAY is known for its employee-friendly culture and its ability to drive success for its clients through Applied Innovation. For more information, please visit www.arrayinfotech.com
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Michael Gallo, Gutenberg Communications, 212-239-8594, firstname.lastname@example.org