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TAPE to Build Army Software Servers on $400M R&D IDIQ; William Lese Jr. Comments

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Technical and Project Engineering LLC has won a two-year contract to provide research and development support services for the U.S. Army’s research laboratory.

The Kingstowne, Va.-based company said the award is part of a $400 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, on which the company holds a prime position.

The team does not know what it will work on in six months because that technology has not been invented yet, said William G. Lese Jr., senior vice president for strategic programs.

He developed lasers at Aberdeen for 10 years as an astronomy researcher, the company said.

Initially, TAPE and ORSA Corp. will build servers for managing software development projects at the lab’s headquarters in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.

The team will also help the Army build and deploy an electronic document handling system and help optimize software for the laboratory’s supercomputing clusters.

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