Air Force picks information warfare contractors

Air Force picks information warfare contractors

The Air Force has chosen six vendors to compete for $252 million to provide offensive and defensive information warfare techniques to support operations, acquisition and testing at the Air Force Information Warfare Center, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts were chosen last month and announced yesterday. The contractors that will compete for delivery orders are: Adtech Systems of Wayland, Maine; Computer Sciences Corp.; Macauley Brown of Dayton, Ohio; Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego, Calif.; Titan Corp. of San Diego; and Veridian Information Solutions of Arlington, Va.

The work includes systems planning, feasibility studies, system engineering, analysis, prototyping, software development, verification, validation, documentation, software maintenance, systems integration and testing.

The work will be completed by August 2009.

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