By Dan Dupont / November 11, 1999 at 5:00 AM
Northrop Grumman announced this week it has been picked to evaluate the performance of new sensors that may be used in support of the Open Skies treaty. The contract, worth $5 million, was won by the company's Integrated Systems and Aerostructures sector in El Segundo, CA. It will run three years, with two one-year options. The Open Skies treaty was signed in March 1992, by the United States, the Soviet Union, Canada and 25 other countries, many of them in...

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