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Five picked for work on WMD risks

Five companies have received spots on a task order contract to support work on the risks of weapons of mass destruction.

The companies will compete under a $27.9 million Navy contract to provide professional services in the areas of chemical, radiological and nuclear defense and countering weapons of mass destruction operational and risk analysis.

Winners are:

  • Analytic Services Inc.
  • Battelle
  • Information International Associates
  • Summit Technologies
  • The Tauri Group

The Navy received five bids and awarded contracts to all bidders.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Sep 21, 2018 at 12:48 PM


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