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$6.9M R&D for “Information Dominance” Software Projects

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Northrop Grumman defense Mission Systems in Reston, VA received a $6.9 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract to provide for "advancement, integration, and application of information systems sciences and technology to meet Air Force, intelligence community, and command and control (C2) community unique requirements for information dominance, and to facilitate the transition of this technology to aerospace and intelligence systems...." Computer software/ database application support and technical documentation will be delivered by December 2007. The Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY issued the contract (F30602-01-D-0167).

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