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Lobbying | Naval Equipment | USA

Commercial Software to Manage $19B Navy Spare Parts System?

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Philadelphia-based MCA Solutions and Arlington, VA-based CACI International Inc. have run a $1 million Congressionally-backed study of the U.S. Navy's legacy systems for managing its $19 billion spare parts efforts. The study began on March 17, and is taking place in conjunction with Temple University. The companies are suggesting that commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software could help the Navy save 5-15% on its inventory and spare parts system, and achieve 5-10% better parts readiness in the process....

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