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Riverside Research Books $54M in Government R&D Support Contracts; Jeff Druessel Quoted

Riverside Research booked contracts worth more than $53.9 million during the first quarter to help U.S. defense and intelligence customers develop technology for multiple program areas.

The nonprofit organization said Thursday it will support government clients in systems and software engineering and commercial intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance work under the contract awards.

“These new research programs expand our capabilities with current customers and extend our reach to support new missions,” said Jeff Druessel, vice president of business development at Riverside Research.

The Arlington, Virginia-based nonprofit applies its “R&D Open Innovation Concept” in efforts to bring new technology to the national security sector.

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