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HADRON SUBSIDIARY, ENGINEERING & INFORMATION SERVICES, WINS $9 MILLION JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY CONTRACT

 HADRON SUBSIDIARY, ENGINEERING & INFORMATION SERVICES, WINS $9 MILLION JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY CONTRACT
 FAIRFAX, Va., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Hadron, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: HDRN) Virginia-based subsidiary, Engineering & Information Services, Inc. (EISI), today announced that it has received a contract, with a potential value in excess of $9 million, from The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. The contract, through which EISI will continue its software engineering support activities, was competitively won and commences in January 1992. The initial contract term is for calendar 1992, in the amount of approximately $3 million, with two one-year renewals at APL's option, each for approximately $3 million per year.
 James L. Arnold, Hadron president and CEO, said: "Hadron's extensive experience and highly qualified technical professionals is the key to maintaining an edge in the competitive area of professional services. We are proud to continue to provide these services to our clients."
 Philip Ashpes, Hadron vice president and president of EISI, added, "We are pleased to have won this contract and we are gratified to have been chosen to provide APL with support services."
 Engineering & Information Services, Inc., provides its clients with custom solutions to their technical requirements via the application of advanced technologies in a broad range of areas.
 Hadron, Inc., is an integrated high technology company that provides technical and professional services to businesses and the government. Founded in 1964, Hadron has expertise in the fields of engineering and computer science; computer-based litigation support; computer software development; telecommunications systems engineering; training and instructional technology; integrated logistics support; aerospace sciences; and human factors engineering. Hadron also designs, develops and manufactures specialized communications products for government clients.
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 /CONTACT: Amber Gordon, vice president, corporate relations, Hadron, Inc., 703-359-6404/
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