ARINC to Support Army Tactical Comm Systems; Christopher Forrest Comments

ARINClogoARINC Managed Services will join a team including Scientific Research Corp.¬†in providing information technology support services under the U.S. Army‘s global tactical advanced communications systems program.

GTACS is a five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for servicing the Army’s program executive office for command, control and communications-tactical, AMS said in a statement on Thursday.

Contractors will gain access to AMS’ portfolio of IT and help desk support offerings through the program.

“AMS is delighted to team with SRC on this contract and, for the first time, extend our service desk and IT support offering to the government market,” said Christopher Forrest, managing director at ARINC Managed Services.

The company’s service desk is intended to respond to customer reported incidents as well as provide asset management, preventive maintenance and monthly reporting services.

ARINC is part of The Carlyle Group, a company which offers engineering, communications and integration technologies for commercial and government clients.

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