Globecomm Extends Data Tracking Services for NATO; Paul Knudsen Comments

GlobecommGlobecomm has been awarded a $6.8 million contract to keep providing personnel tracking services for NATO’s Communications and Information Agency.

The company said Tuesday that it would continue to perform onsite support for the GPS-based force tracking system designed to monitor data and messaging traffic.

The system is intended to help NATO identify friendly forces and avoid fratricide.

“We value our long-term relationship with NATO and the trust that Globecomm has earned by providing this service since 2007, ” said Paul Knudsen, vice president of foreign government business development at Globecomm.

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