MacB, Exeter Partner to Sustain Air Force’s Purchase Request Processing System

softwareMacAulay-Brown will collaborate with Exeter Government Services to provide process management and sustainment support for the U.S. Air Force’s acquisition platform under a five-year contract.

MacB said Monday the contract also covers system analysis and software code design and testing support for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Purchase Request Processing System as well as continued maintenance services for the service branch’s Oracle-based management and logistics systems.

PRPS is designed to help over 2,800 supply chain managers at the Air Force Materiel Command initiate and process purchase instruments for the acquisition of spare parts, repairs of weapon systems and other related services.

MacB and Exeter will perform contract work at several offices in Dayton, Ohio.

Gaithersburg, Maryland-based Exeter Government Services is a veteran-owned small business that provides management consulting, software development and systems integration services for government and commercial clients.

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