BAE Wins $172M For NSA Computing Software

BAElogoBAE Systems has won a $127 million contract to develop infrastructure and software for the National Security Agency aimed at helping address the agency’s high-performance computing needs.

The company’s intelligence and security team will provide architecture, install and manage the NSA High Performance Computing Infrastructure Group’s network environment,  BAE said Wednesday.

According to BAE, the environment is intended to help support high-speed datacenter access.

Work will also include round-the-clock customer support for the system’s estimated 3, 000 server and desktop end-users.

BAE formerly performed this type of work under three separate NSA contracts.

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