MacB will support streamlining efforts for AFRL Enterprise Business System
DAYTON, Ohio. Officials at the Defense (DoD) Information Analysis Center’s (IAC) Cybersecurity Technical Area Task (TAT) tapped MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) to provide support to the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Enterprise Business System (EBS) under a five-year, $37 million task order.
Under contract, MacB will assist AFRL to modernize, integrate, and streamline business applications and software across the enterprise at various locations including Edwards Air Force Base, Eglin Air Force Base, Kirtland Air Force Base, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and facilities in Washington D.C.
The EBS program office leverages commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) tools and applications to develop and configure a wide range of business functions for functional area representatives and users of the tools. The goal is to improve integrity, efficiency, and management of critical business information for AFRL’s Science and Technology (S&T) mission.
Personnel in MacB’s Advanced Technology Group (ATG) are responsible for strategic planning, high-performance computer science, information technology-enabled modeling, simulation, cybersecurity research, and gap analysis. Team experts will also conduct system engineering, develop AFRL training materials to streamline tasks, provide technical analysis of single and multi-level IT business applications, and offer critical insight on how to enhance and improve enterprise-wide collaboration.
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