Army seeking contractor support services for base-protection systems

By Sebastian Sprenger / December 1, 2015 at 11:30 AM
The Army has published a request for information seeking vendors to support its array of legacy systems for countering enemy rockets, artillery and mortars threatening forward bases. The work would cover systems engineering, test and evaluation and "computer resource support," according to a Nov. 23 notice published on the Federal Business Opportunities website. The service's collection of C-RAM systems -- which includes radars, warning systems and shooters, like a land-based Phalanx gun -- is in the sustainment stage, which means...

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