Karta Technologies to identify, solve diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages

SAN ANTONIO, 27 Feb. 2007. Karta Technologies Inc. was awarded an $8.6 million task order under the Design and Engineering Support Program (DESP II), to identify and solve diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages (DMSMS) problems for the Space and C3I Combat Sustainment Group (84th CBSG) at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, and the Space System Sustainment Managers located at Peterson Field, Colo.

SAN ANTONIO, 27 Feb. 2007.Karta Technologies Inc. was awarded an $8.6 million task order under the Design and Engineering Support Program (DESP II), to identify and solve diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages (DMSMS) problems for the Space and C3I Combat Sustainment Group (84th CBSG) at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, and the Space System Sustainment Managers located at Peterson Field, Colo.

Karta will provide the Air Force with unique solutions to improve mission readiness by reducing aircraft downtime due to parts and increasing system availability of 18 of the 84th CBSG-managed systems. These critical systems include the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program, the Space Based Infrared System, the Global Positioning System, the Ground Theater Air Control System, and the Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

A key component of the Karta solution is the Supportability Management Assessment Report Tool (SMART), built by Resource Analysis Corporation. SMART is a scalable analysis and obsolescence resolution application that will help automate several processes currently being manually performed by the 84th CBSG. SMART provides the means to import data from any desired source and to map, normalize, enrich, and process that data for use.

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