Wyle to Evaluate Navy Flight Clearance Tools; Julie Randall Comments

Wyle-logoWyle will help the U.S. Navy assess performance and reliability of systems under a $4.9 million task order contract.

An objective of the task order is to develop an outline for possible upgrades to tools and mechanisms that work to help process flight clearances for aircraft, Wyle said Friday.

The strike planning and execution systems program of the Naval Air Systems Command in Maryland is expected to receive information regarding the test and evaluation activities.

Wyle will work to determine potential problems early in product lifecycles, said Julie Randall, a Wyle aerospace group software and information technology solutions manager.

The reliability information analysis center of the Navy’s technical information division awarded the task order with the goal of fulfilling a federal government prerequisite for an independent review of military resources.

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