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Alion Science Awarded $7.8M Army Contract

The U.S. Army has given Alion Science and Technology Modeling and Simulation Information Analysis Center a $7.8 million contract to supply technical services to the Army Spectrum Management Office. Alion Science will work on simulation, analysis, certification, and automation services for RF spectrum, and help assess the Wireless Network after Next (WNaN).

“Alion’s modeling, simulation and spectrum experts will help ASMO determine the operational effectiveness of Army communications and sensor systems. We’ll also be helping ASMO plan for the future of national and international RF spectrum use. More efficient RF spectrum use can result in better information assurance and higher rates of information transfer, which ultimately benefits the Warfighter, ” remarked Alion Senior Vice President and Manager of the Operational Solutions Group, Sue Archer.

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