Alion Books Army Information Win

Alion Science and Technology picked up a $3.6 million task order to improve the Army’s  information capabilities with technical engineering support.

The firm will boost LandWarNet, “a standardized set of warfighter capabilities across the Army’s computer networks and enterprise processes.”

“It’s extremely critical for decision makers to receive quality information for mission success, ” said Timer Keenan, Alion senior vice president and manager of the Strategic Operations Group. “Our goal is to help increase warfighter combat capability and survivability through the building of a fully networked environment.”

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