DEA seeks aircraft cameras

The Drug Enforcement Administration needs a contractor to provide equipment and related services for installing two long-range, off-the-shelf, multisensor camera systems on its aircraft. The cameras must allow targets to be viewed in all kinds of lighting conditions and provide housing in a gyro-stabilized turret that is easily mountable to a helicopter or airplane.

The contractor must provide all management, personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, transportation and other items and services necessary to deliver, install and test the systems. Responses are due by July 20. Contact Mary Jean Skinner at


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