It will carry out cloud migration, configuration management, systems engineering, application support, data management and other services to support the service branch’s NextGen IT platform, Array said Wednesday.
“ARRAY is proud to be part of the team to selected to deliver this critical AF Civil Engineering system and its role to provide reliable up-to-date information needed to prioritize projects, validate funding, and support the entire asset management life cycle,” said Brian Knott, defense client executive at Array.
The NextGEN IT system will optimize legacy civil engineering and information technology platforms in 170 Air Force installations through the use of IBM’s Tririga tool.
Serco Inc. is expected to deploy and install Tririga at all Air Force installations by 2023 as part of a potential $82M task order.
Array is a Maryland-based information technology firm that offers enterprise support, on-premise and cloud management services.