Air Force program seeks ERP system

Air Force officials plan to release a pre-solicitation document this week to determine whether companies can provide human resources and advanced planning software for a servicewide program.

They want a vendor to develop, build and install the Expeditionary Combat Support System. The network would help the service plan and manage overseas deployments, states a May 1 government business document.

The Air Force's Materiel Systems Group, which manages the procurement, will meet May 14 with interested vendors at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. E-mail Robin Tipton for more information at robin.tipton@wpafb.af.mil.

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