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Boeing Subsidiary Wins $46M to Build Navy Intell Systems; Dan Marini Comments

Boeing Subsidiary Wins $46M to Build Navy Intell Systems; Dan Marini Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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BoeingLogo1-150x150Boeing Co.‘s subsidiary, Argon ST, has been awarded a $46 million contract option by the U.S. Navy to facilitate increased data collection and to better identify potential threats with the delivery of situational awareness systems.

According to a Washington Technology article, Argon is expected to build seven more systems in an 18-month period, adding to the over 80 systems delivered since 2000 as part of the ship“™s signal exploitation equipment increment F contract.

“The Increment F system is designed with open-system architecture, enabling technical modernization and integration of software services that are essential to warfighting readiness,“ said Dan Marini, Boeing program manager for the contract.

Work for the contract option is expected to take place at the Argon facilities in Newington, VA.

The new work is meant to improve the previous contract, increment E, which had antenna, direction finding and signal acquisition. 

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Written by David J. Barton

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