Data mining tools needed

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, S.C., wants information on off-the-shelf data mining and analysis software, applications and tools. Federal, state and local government law enforcement agencies, civil disaster administrators, military disaster control personnel and area disaster and emergency response personnel will use the applications and tools.

Responses of fewer than 50 pages should include a description of the software, application and tool capabilities; cost range; a list of users; and a list of data formats and standards. Responses are due by Sept. 10. Contact Donna Johnson at


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