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Concurrent Technologies Wins Naval Contract Worth Up To $49M to Expand Library, Radar Capabilities

Edward J. Sheehan, Jr.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic has awarded Concurrent Technologies Corporation an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract potentially worth $49 million to provide engineering and technical support services. The contract has a $9.4 million base year and four option years.

The services will help develop operation libraries for the ALR-95/ALR-97 Electronic Support Measures Systems and In-Country Reprogramming Systems. The libraries will contain the data ESM needs to identify radar signals.

“CTC has been a true partner to SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic for approximately a decade, ” said CTC President and CEO Edward J. Sheehan, Jr. “This latest contract award exhibits CTC’s dedication to our clients and their needs. The operational libraries that CTC will be developing will allow the U.S. Navy and other international clients to effectively use the ALR-95/ALR-97 ESM systems installed on P-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft MPA.”

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