Air Force office needs support

The Air Force's Office of Space Command wants contractors that can provide research, development and program analysis support for the Atmosphere and Space Division of the Air Force Technical Applications Center. The division is responsible for collecting and exploiting satellite-borne remote-sensor data and providing national command authorities with nuclear weapons explosion data.

Contractor support will provide a structured and documented approach for collecting user requirements and feedback to improve the software process. Other work includes algorithm development, research and development, software configuration and control, training and other services.

Responses are due May 14. Contact Donald Graham at

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