The contracts cover seek technical support for the Air Force’s maintenance planning and execution database and integrated logistics system-supply, Array said Wednesday.
Mark Douglas, Array defense client executive, said the company aims to help the branch merge its multiple MP&E databases into a single system.
Jon Dittmer, vice president of defense solutions, said the company will work with the Air Force to manage inventory and maintain weapons systems reports.
One five-year contract calls for Array to support applications for the MP&E databases, which the Air Force uses to report national defense capabilities for aerospace depot maintenance to Congress.
The second four-year contract covers support for the ILS-S, which the Air Force uses as its front-end for the base supply system and to manage more than $30 billion in inventory.
Nearly 18,000 users access that system each day to support more than 100,000 airmen for training and combat missions, Array says.