Northrop Grumman Recognizes NICE Systems for NYC Emergency Comms Work

award stock photoNorthrop Grumman has awarded NICE Systems the 2015 Supplier Excellence Award for NICE’s contribution to New York City’s Emergency Communications Transfer Program project.

The award recognizes Northrop’s information systems sector suppliers in accordance with schedule, management, technical, financial and quality standards, NICE said Nov. 16.

“NICE is honored to receive this award from Northrop Grumman in recognition of our work on the New York City ECTP project,” said Chris Wooten, executive vice president of NICE Systems.

The project is designed to update the emergency communications for the New York Police Department, the New York Fire Department and New York City’s emergency medical service.

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