IAP Worldwide is a reputable organization that is always looking to expand their personnel. There are many options for individuals considering a career at IAP. The latest positions desiring new employment are as follows, HVAC Technician, Electronic Tech II, Vector (Pest Controller), (Finance) Assistant Project Coordinator , Program Finance Analyst I, Air Traffic Tower Controllers, Air Traffic Controller Radar , and an Administrative Assistant. The IAP community on clearancejobs.com provides assistance for all professional and technical concerns. This organization values pride in assistance. Kaye Scholer was the financial representative of IAP during a period of economic hardship. IAP Worldwide owed approximately $354 million to clients, primary lien lenders, and was indebted by its second lien lenders for $125 million. The restructuring included the exchange of 80% of the existing first lien liability into the new-fangled equity of IAP. Recently, IAP was awarded a contract with the U.S Navy that is valued at 900 Million. Doug Kitani, IAP Worldwide Services CEO and Director commented, “IAP is proud to continue to serve our customers around the world who rely on us to deliver ingenious solutions to their most demanding challenges. Our selection to support the U.S. Navy’s Global Contingency Services on iapcareers.silkroad.com is in keeping with the high standard.” The services open to the Navy will include facility management with incidental structure damage in the event of natural disasters, humanitarian determinations, the full range of military actions, and frustrating breaks in service at locations around the globe supplementing National efforts. IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. (IAP) has recently incorporated DRS Technologies, Inc.’s (DRS) Aviation and Logistics business into their Oklahoma City location. This acquisition will lead to the benefit of IAP costumers and personnel. IAP Worldwide hopes to double the reach to their market. These new business units will surely demonstrate progressive capabilities through service. Throughout the destructive path of Hurricane Mathew, IAP Worldwide has been close behind. Due to structural damage, IAP’ services have provided substantial relief. Considering the support IAP Worldwide offers, it’s no surprise the United States Army selected them to support their U.S. Army Distributed Common Ground System contract which holds a value of $53 Million. This system is the Army’s first line of software. It holds data; processes intelligence, survey’s specified web addresses, weather reports and the conditions of the terrain ahead. In 1953, IAP tested 2,500 take offs for the first shuttle launch.