GREENBELT, Md., June 26 (UPI) -- The U.S. Air Force Global Logistics Support Center and C-130J Foreign Military Sales Program are to receive support from Array Information Technology.
The Maryland company said U.S. Air Force task orders it received on behalf of centers at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio are worth $15 million.
"We are excited to have been awarded these task orders with the U.S. Air Force, which builds on a long and productive relationship that spans our entire line of service offerings," Jon Dittmer, vice president, Defense Solutions for Array.
"Supporting these mission areas better aligns Array to make a real difference for the warfighter through more efficient management of the (Air Force) global supply chain and by providing combat support equipment to our partner nations."
Array said it will provide program management and on-site support at Wright Patterson Air Force Base for the Global Logistics Support Center to facilitate real-time collaboration with customers and suppliers and also provide program management, logistics and engineering support for the Air Force C-130J FMS program to support weapon system acquisition and sustainment activities to procure prime mission equipment.
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