Army Explores Potential Air Traffic Navigation Tech Support Sources

The U.S. Army wants information on potential industry sources of field technical assistance, system overhaul and reset and spare parts repair services for an air traffic navigation integration and coordination system.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday says the Army also requires the services for a fixed base precision approach radar.

Raytheon developed ATNAVICS and FBPAR. The company also owns the software of both platforms.

The military branch noted that software changes may be needed during systems reset, overhaul and repair efforts in order to address performance requirements.

Interested parties can respond to the sources sought notice through Jan. 3.

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