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ANSER SIGNS ONE YEAR COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH NPO ENERGIA AND RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

 ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- ANSER has signed one-year cooperative agreements with NPO Energia and the Russian Academy of Sciences that will further enhance contact with Russian aerospace organizations and broaden cooperation between Russian and the United States.
 NPO Energia, the largest design bureau within the Russian space program and the systems integrator for all human spaceflight programs, will work with ANSER for a period of one year to help identify valuable space technologies and processes for potential U.S./Russian cooperation.
 The ANSER agreement with the Russian Academy of Science is through its Center for Program Studies, which is handling many of the issues associated with conversion to a market-driven economy. This effort will focus on technologies developed by Russia's major aviation design bureaus. The cooperative agreement is a precursor to specific arrangements with the design bureaus that have built such Russian aircraft as the Mig 29, the Su 27 and the Yak 141. The scope of the work will extend far beyond these aircraft to illuminate a wide array of technologies that could be strong candidates for cooperative programs.
 The new contracts with NPO Energia and the Russian Academy of Sciences follow a one-year agreement with the Russian Space Agency signed in November 1992. These contracts augment ANSER capabilities to provide U.S. government agencies with a thorough assessment of effective ways to broaden U.S./Russian cooperative programs.
 The company opened an office in Moscow in July 1992.
 ANSER is an independent, not-for-profit technical organization founded in 1958 to serve the public interest by performing analysis and research, planning, systems engineering, systems modeling, and support of program management and systems acquisition for U.S. government agencies.
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 /CONTACT: Nelson O'Rear of ANSER, 703-685-3342/


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