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BAE SYSTEMS-IFS wins GBP10m defence contract in the UK.

NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-19 December 2002-BAE SYSTEMS-IFS wins GBP10m defence contract in the UK(C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

The Anglo-Swedish business software provider BAE SYSTEMS-IFS said today (19 December) that it had received a GBP10m contract for software and implementation services from General Dynamics UK Ltd.

The contract, awarded as part of General Dynamics' defence contract with the British Army, covered the Bowman Logistics Information System, BAE SYSTEMS-IFS said.

The Bowman system would replace the UK armed services' current Clansman Combat Net Radio as the primary means of command and control below brigade level in land operations.

BAE SYSTEMS-IFS is 50/50-owned by the UK defence industry group BAE SYSTEMS and the Swedish business software provider IFS AB.

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