Fairfax, VA, June 30, 2021 – ARRAY today announces that Mark Douglas, Director of ARRAY’s Logistics Transformation Practice, has been honored for a record 7th consecutive year by the Dayton Business Journal in their annual report, “Who’s Who in Aerospace & Defense.” Douglas was selected by the Dayton Business Journal editorial board, recognizing nearly 100 employees from across the aerospace & defense sector.
The report highlights the continued growth driven by the aerospace and defense industry in the Dayton area, noting the creation of thousands of jobs in the community and billions of dollars in economic impact to the region. Douglas was selected for his key role in sustaining a major portfolio of IT Systems supporting the around-the-clock, around-the-world Air Force flying mission and many high-tech jobs. “Mark continues to demonstrate his dedication to the Dayton aerospace and defense community, and we’re proud of the great impact within Air Force Materiel Command and the Air Force,” said Axel Foley, Vice President of the Air Force sector at ARRAY. “Mark is a key member of our executive team who continually demonstrates himself to be a well-rounded leader in the region.”
The Dayton Business Journal compiled a list of industry leaders to know when doing business in the aerospace and defense industry, among other sectors. The list includes ‘movers and shakers,’ as well as behind the scenes players who have a large amount of influence. The list reflects those who have had the biggest impact on the region from the sectors they represent.
About ARRAY At ARRAY, mission needs drive everything. Our mission-obsessed culture, technical expertise and deep client intimacy allow us to achieve long-term success in the defense and public sector community. With expertise in the full spectrum of application solutions to include DevSecOps, Waterfall to Agile and full application modernization, ARRAY creates solutions that optimize performance. ARRAY is made up of a strong team of talented individuals and has been recognized for its employee-centric culture, being named a Washington Post 2020 and 2021 Top Workplace. For more information, visit www.arrayinfotech.com.