S.D. SAIC Receives $95 Million Missile Defense Contract
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
San Diego-based Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has signed a contract for $95 million to work on a ballistic missile defense system for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
NATO is connecting existing and planned national weapon systems, sensors, battle management, command, control and communications into an integrated defense of military forces and critical assets.
The SAIC-led team will develop and verify proposed architectures.
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