NGC to Assist Texas Government

Northrop Grumman has received a contract by the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative to provide the company’s business process management software and learning assessment system to Texas government, nonprofit and education organizations. Access to these applications will help users to better support business processes and student learning.

As part of the Texas Association of School Boards BuyBoard Cooperative Purchasing contract, Northrop Grumman’s e.POWER business process management software platform, and the Assessment Solutions Promoting Instruction, Reflection and Evidence (ASPIRE) learning assessment system are available for purchase by all city, county and education organizations in the state.

“With Northrop Grumman, Texas government and education organizations are gaining access to advanced technology solutions and leading expertise in the federal, state and local marketplace, ” said Dave Nastase, vice president of Advanced Public Services for Northrop Grumman’s Civil Systems division. “ASPIRE will give educators the tools they need to help students excel in the classroom and succeed in a competitive world; and e.POWER will provide users flexibility in building and modernizing business processes and systems.”

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