NOAA needs more power

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration needs an advanced, high-performance computing system for research and development. The system must be able to accommodate additional requirements as well as the needs of partner agencies.

NOAA needs the computational power for weather, climate, air quality, coastal and ocean resource management and national commerce support. The new system will replace or augment the platforms of the agency's Forecast Systems Laboratory in Boulder, Colo., Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in Princeton, N.J., and the National Centers for Environmental Predictions in Camp Springs, Md.

Responses are due by Oct. 12. Contact William Voitk at

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