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Mark Douglas: ARRAY Team Aims to Help Air Force Nuke Center Meet Audit Mandates

Mark Douglas: ARRAY Team Aims to Help Air Force Nuke Center Meet Audit Mandates - top government contractors - best government contracting event

ARRAYARRAY Information Technology will lead a contract team to provide financial and information technology services to the Air Force’s Nuclear Warfare Center under a task order.

The company said Friday that the team, which includes Integrated Data Services, will perform the work at the Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.-based center.

Mark Douglas, Array defense client executive, said the task order correlates with  congressional and Defense Department mandates for financial auditability, along with Air Force priorities for the country’s nuclear forces.“

Dayton, Ohio-based ARRAY works with customers in the national security, defense and science industries.

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Written by Neel Mehta

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