“We anticipate the layoff of 72 employees on or about August 31, 2020,” Angela Cauley, Sumaria Systems Inc.’s human resources director, said in a letter to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
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These employees are supervised though Sumaria’s Fairborn office at 3164 Presidential Drive but they physically work at Wright-Patterson at 2530 Loop Road West, building 560, Cauley’s letter said.
The department received the undated letter Monday.
On May 1, the company said it had a won a place on a team of firms that had been awarded a five-year $75 million-plus contract to support the Air Force ISR Sensors and FMS — Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Sensors and Foreign Military Sales — division at Wright-Patterson and at units in Langley, Gunter and Eglin Air Force bases.
Sumaria describes itself as a privately held “woman-owned information technology, engineering and professional services company.”