BAE Receives $5M to Develop Advanced Underwater Anti-Sub Sensors

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Future Undersea Warfare?(click to enlarge) BAE Systems Information and Electronics Systems Integration Inc. in Nashau, NH, is being awarded a $5 million cost-plus-fee contract for the Littoral ASW Multi-Statistics Project for the development and testing of an advanced off board low frequency acoustic source receiver. DID has covered the USA’s changing ASW doctrine in response to the diesel sub threat and it focus on advanced sensor nets and even more unusual options; this is simply one more project as part of that broad constellation of effort. Work will be performed in Nashau, NH, and is expected to be complete in September 2008. This contract was competitively procured under a Broad Agency Announcement Number 05-001, with more than two offers received. The Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA issued the contract (N00014-05-C-0158).

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