Innolog Holdings Corp. (OTCBB: INHC), a holding company for the purpose of acquiring businesses that provide services primarily to federal government entities, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Innovative Logistics Techniques, Inc. (INNOLOG) has received special appreciation as part of the Headquarters Department of the Army selection to receive the “Army Knowledge Award (AKMA) for 2011.”
Innovative Logistics Techniques, Inc was honored at a special award ceremony on August 23rd in Tampa, Florida. The Army CIO/G-6 AKMA Program is a yearly event that appreciates outstanding implementation of the 12 AKM Principles, by individuals, groups or organizations. The theme of AKMA, this year, is “Improving Decision Making by Establishing a Knowledge Management Culture.”
INNOLOG is a federal government contractor that brings class apart solutions and leading edge process oriented thinking to the U.S. military, civilian agencies and state and local governments to provide solutions to complex logistics problems. The company has served as the Information Technology and Knowledge Management lead, and assisting team for DCS G-4 for the past sixteen years now. The company has won the Army Knowledge Management Award (AKMA) for the second consecutive year.
Richard Stewart, INNOLOG’s President added, “We are pleased with Jerry, his team and the outstanding work they do in support of the Army’s objectives. We are proud of this recognition and look forward to providing continued support to the Army.”
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