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Northrop Grumman Intelligence Systems Awarded $9.8 Million ASIP Contract Modification

According to the Defense Department, Northrop Grumman Intelligence Systems, one of the global security giant’s Chantilly, Va., practice areas, was awarded a nearly $9.8 million Air Force contract modification to extend the Airborne Signals Intelligence Payload baseline contract to support continued operational tests and evaluations.

The contract is worth a total of $9, 771, 302. The ASIP post-initial operational test and evaluation flight testing will be on the Global Hawk platform, according to DoD.

 

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