Array Information Technology (ARRAY) yesterday announced that it has won multiple contracts from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to support its Depot Maintenance Accounting and Production Systems (DMAPS) Integration Engine (IE) system deployed at all the Air Logistics Complexes and the Integrated Engineering Support-Application (IES-A) program at Hill Air Force Base (AFB) in Ogden, Utah. The Greenbelt, Md.-based company said these contracts will enable it to continue expansion into Depot Maintenance System Operations.
DMAPS IE, which is an Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) system, supports depot maintenance repair requirements at Tinker, Robins and Hill AFBs in the U.S. and Kadena Air Base (AB), Japan, on a 24/7/365 basis. The system is responsible for processing data for financial, material and production reporting for more than $6 billion per year in maintenance work, and provides decision support from HQ AFMC to the lowest shop level. IES-A is an enterprise web-based workflow management tool that provides Engineering Support for thousands of critical assets for the ALCs and bases.
“Selection to lead the system sustainment and development programs for DMAPS IE and IES-A represents a major addition to Team ARRAY’s growing portfolio of Air Force logistics and engineering support systems for current operations,” said ARRAY’s Defense Client Executive and Director of Transformation Mark Douglas. “DMAPS IE and IES-A are also important data systems due to their relationship to the USAF’s emerging modernization efforts with the Maintenance Repair and Overhaul initiative (MROi) and Product Lifecycle Management initiative (PLMi).”
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