L-3 Communications Awarded $36 Million from the U.S. Army to Provide Software Engineering Support for Satellite Communications Systems.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 5, 2004
L-3 Communications (NYSE NYSE
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a bush bearing berries containing saponins; cause vomiting, diarrhea. Called also holly. Systems business unit has been awarded a task order from the U.S. Army Communications-Electronic Command (CECOM CECOM Communications Electronics Command (US Army)
CECOM National Center for Communications of the Civil Protection Agency ) to continue providing satellite communications (SATCOM) software engineering support to the CECOM Software Engineering Center (SEC). L-3 anticipates this award to be 5 years in duration, with a total potential value to the company in excess of $36 million. The Systems Engineering Services Division of Ilex Systems (L-3 ILEX SESD SESD Science and Ecosystem Support Division
SESD Space Electronic Security Division
SESD South East San Diego (San Diego, California, USA) ) will perform this work.
L-3 ILEX SESD will provide software engineering for the entire life cycle of assigned CECOM SATCOM systems, from concept exploration to support of fielded systems. During the acquisition/development phase of a SATCOM system, L-3 ILEX SESD will provide engineering services to include software requirements analysis and management, analysis of technical documentation and processes, participation in technical reviews, code analysis, evaluation of test plans, field exercise support, and system/integration test support. L-3 ILEX SESD will design, code, test, distribute, and install software enhancements and corrections for SATCOM systems throughout the remainder of the system's life cycle.
L-3 ILEX SESD is based in Shrewsbury, NJ at Fort Monmouth, with major operations in Sierra Vista, AZ (Fort Huachuca), and field service offices at over twenty sites worldwide including Korea, Germany, Hawaii, Fort Bragg, Fort Stewart, Fort Drum, Fort Hood, Fort Gordon, Fort Belvoir, Fort Lewis, Fort Campbell, Hunter Army Airfield Hunter Army Airfield (IATA: SVN, ICAO: KSVN), along with Fort Stewart, is a military complex located near Savannah, Georgia, United States. It is the home of the 3rd Infantry Division of the United States Army. , and deployment sites such as Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition to software support of SATCOM systems, L-3 ILEX SESD provides systems/software engineering support in the development, integration, maintenance and testing of intelligence fusion, surveillance, electronic warfare, sensor, tactical communications, command and control, simulation, and training systems. L-3 ILEX SESD is also highly experienced in the Joint interoperability of military communications and in applying centralized, distributed and client-server architectures to real-time, high-volume transaction processing requirements.
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