SAIC Wins Joint Network Management System Contract

By Dan Dupont / May 14, 2001 at 5:00 AM
Science Applications International Corporation today won a $60 million contract for research and development work on the Joint Network Management System, the Defense Department announced. SAIC beat out two other companies for the work, DOD said. In addition to the R&D contract, the company won a $15.3 million deal for system support, DOD said. The R&D contract begins with $8.6 million, but will be worth $60 million if all options are exercised. JNMS is a joint communications "planning and management...

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