ARRAY Secures Task Order to Support U.S. Air Force’s Okla.-Based Contract Repair Management System Program

Mark Douglas, Defense Client Executive, ARRAY

Mark Douglas, Defense Client Executive, ARRAY

Array Information Technology (ARRAY) is supporting the U.S. Air Force’s contract repair management system (CRMS) program at Tinker Air Force base in Oklahoma. the company announced earlier this month.

The USAF NETCENTS II agreement contracts ARRAY to support the U.S Air Force CRMS program, which provides the agency contract performance tracking and analysis, full enterprise visibility and facilitates the organization’s ability to manage mission-critical contracted-out Air Force Materiel Command repairs of the government’s end items and materiel.

“Team ARRAY is proud to assume responsibility for sustainment of CRMS,” said Mark Douglas, the company’s defense client executive. “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, a mid-tier IT firm based in Greenbelt, Md., is currently recruiting professionals in Oklahoma City to fill posts on the task order.

The company earlier this month promoted Jon Dittmer senior vice president and general manager of the company. Read our coverage here.


Comments are closed.

Subscribe to The DailyGet federal business news & insights delivered to your inbox.