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$30M to Validate National Air and Space Intelligence Center’s Threat Models

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Jacobs Sverdrup in Fort Walton Beach, FL received a $30 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract to help the National Air and Space Intelligence Center by laying out the key scientific and technical assistance required to validate its simulations and threat models in the areas of electronic warfare, information warfare, information operations, space/counterspace, and ballistic missile threats.

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