• The Army's Communications-Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth, N.J., selected Northrop Grumman Corp. to provide software and systems engineering support under a $702 million, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract. Northrop Grumman will conduct the work for CECOM's Software Engineering Center, which provides software and systems engineering support for mission-critical Defense systems. Northrop Grumman will develop and maintain communications, command and control, intelligence, electronic warfare, sensors and avionics systems.

  • The Marine Corps will use mWorker from Akula Software of South Yarmouth, Mass., as the standard mobile facility management software for handheld devices at all Marine bases. The software interfaces with Maximo, an enterprise asset management system from MRO Software Inc. of Bedford, Mass. Marines will use mWorker to manage work orders and maintenance systems.

  • The National Security Agency awarded a contract to Conquest Inc. of Annapolis Junction, Md., to provide systems engineering and technical assistance support for Trailblazer, an initiative to modernize NSA's foreign signals intelligence capabilities. The five-year contract is worth $50 million.
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