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Systems Engineering Support Services

Agency: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center

RFP: Expected January 2003

Value: $170 million

Purpose: Support services for various command and control systems. Services include program management, systems engineering, integrated logistics, configuration management and security.

 

Technical Engineering Support for Theater Warfare Systems

Agency: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center

RFP: March 2003

Value: $114 million

Purpose: Technical support services including systems engineering, warfare and systems analysis, modeling and simulation and quality assurance. Systems to be supported include theater air defense, theater ballistic missile defense, battle management command and control, expeditionary warfare and ship combat/warfighting systems.

 

Global Command and Control System - Army

Agency: Army Communications Electronics Command

RFP: March 2003

Value: $270 million

Purpose: Software development and deployment support of the Army's portion of the Global Command and Control System. GCCS-A will support peacetime operations, deliberate planning, crisis planning and execution, and follow-on operations.

 

Ground-based Global Positioning System

Receiver Applications Module


Agency: Army Communications Electronics Command

RFP: January 2003

Value: No estimate

Purpose: Provide technical, engineering, operational and equipment procurement support services for the Research, Development and Engineering Center Special Projects Office. Areas of work include virtual battlespace environment integration, on-the-move modeling and simulation and

infrastructure and connectivity.


 

Research and Development Services for Integration of C4ISR Systems

Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center

RFP: October 2002

Value: $18 million

Purpose: Support the development and fielding of initiatives in the integration of command and control,
computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems. Services include operations support, planning and analysis, project management, systems integration, systems engineering and research and development.


Source: Input Inc., company news releases

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