Philadelphia-based MCA Solutions is promoting its software against the U.S. Navy's legacy systems for running the service's spare parts system, and says it could allow the service to save billions on its inventory. Under a study started March 17, MCA and Arlington, Va.-based CACI International Inc. - which holds the Navy's current readiness-based spares contract to run the legacy system - are partnering with Philadelphia-based Temple University to try to show the Navy how to better ...
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