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MICROLOG AWARDED SIGNIFICANT CONTRACT TO AUTOMATE U.S. ARMY CALL ROUTING

 GERMANTOWN, Md., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Microlog Corporation (NASDAQ-NMS: MLOG) announced today that it was awarded a contract to provide the U.S. Army Directory of Information Management with automated call routing capabilities using Microlog's VCS 3500 Automated Attendant.
 "Personnel reductions at many Army installations have required the Army to look toward automation to better assist callers when an operator is not available," said Microlog President and Chief Operating Officer Richard A. Thompson. The VCS 3500 system will allow callers to dial their local base number and be automatically transferred to the regional directory site. It will provide phone numbers and extensions when queried, greatly reducing the demand for operators from 60 locations to five regional centers. The Local Database function of the VCS 3500 accepts updates made to the Directory Management System on a daily basis. Microlog's flagship product, the VCS 3500 system, also will allow the Army to monitor health, welfare and morale calls in order to reduce costly long distance charges.
 The contract calls for Microlog's Automated Attendant systems to be installed at Army posts in the continental United States. The order is for systems ranging in size from 12 to 48 ports and 12 hours of voice storage and is worth over $2.0 million.
 Microlog Corporation, headquartered in Germantown, designs, manufactures, sells, and services voice processing systems. Its products find wide application in government, health care, utility, media/entertainment and other markets. Microlog's voice messaging and interactive voice response products are sold through a direct sales force, by distributors and by value added resellers. Company sales offices are located in Maryland, California, Florida, Kansas, Minnesota, Utah and Belgium. A subsidiary, Old Dominion Systems, Inc. of Maryland, provides technical analysis and support services to the U.S. government and prime contractors.
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 /CONTACT: Richard A. Thompson, president and chief operating officer, Microlog, 301-428-9100/
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