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BAE Forms Partnership to Compete for Infrastructure Contracts

BAE Systems has signed a teaming agreement with New York-based Composite Technologies to develop infrastructure products and services, BAE announced Tuesday.

BAE said it recently submitted a bid for a major, multi-million dollar infrastructure protection project in North America. BAE said this is one of several contracts the team could start working on in 2012.

BAE said it is applying technologies used to develop armored military vehicles for the team’s Infratection Solutions product line.

“The threat of terrorism made our nation much more aware of our vulnerabilities, especially in regards to critical infrastructure, ” said John Kelly, vice president of business winning at BAE Systems’ land and armaments unit.

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