ARServices to Provide Staffing Support for DLA’s Data Center Optimization, R&D Programs

ARServices has received contracts to provide staffing and management support services for the Defense Logistics Agency’s three new projects.

The company said Tuesday it will designate 20 subject matter experts and personnel to work on the three programs with DLA across 10 locations.

Under the first project, ARServices will help DLA comply with the Office of Management and Budget’s Data Center Optimization Initiative through identification and classification of assets within DLA’s 16 data centers and internet protocol router rooms.

The company will also provide technical analysis, communication materials dissemination and documentation services to DLA personnel in support of manufacturing technology element of the agency’s research and development initiative.

For the third project, ARServices will designate a customer support specialist at DLA to help facilitate the procurement of commercial off-the-shelf shelter and related components as part of the agency’s Troop Support, Clothing & Textiles COTS program.

Alexandria, Virginia-based ARServices provides technology consulting and management support to industry, military and civilian agencies in the areas of R&D, human capital management, business transformation and integrated logistics.

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