PAR TECHNOLOGY SUBSIDIARY WINS $7.0 MILLION NAVY I/T COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT CONTRACT.
This contract calls for RRC to provide operations and maintenance support services at the Navy Radio Transmitting Facility in Dixon, California and provides support to other related facilities in the surrounding area. These facilities are a critical link in the Navy's worldwide Information Technology and Information Operations (IT/IO) communications network. This effort will support the Naval Network Warfare Command, the Navy's central authority for space services, information technology, network and information operations in support of naval forces afloat and ashore. The contract period of performance is three and one-half years.
"Rome Research has been providing the U. S. Navy with communications support services at the Dixon facility for over 10 years," commented Al Lane, RRC President. "This latest contract award and the longevity of our partnership provide compelling evidence of the quality of that support. RRC is committed to provide the high level of quality services that we have become known for throughout the Navy and Air Force. We look forward to working with the Navy and the other branches of the Department of Defense to meet their future challenges."
Under the contract, RRC will operate and maintain a high frequency (HF) and low frequency (LF) radio transmitting facility site at Dixon, California, sites atop Mt. Diablo and Mt. Vaca, and various radio receivers at the Lincoln receiver site in Lincoln, California.
Rome Research Corporation (RRC), founded in 1974, is a wholly owned subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation (PTC). RRC provides solutions to complex technical, logistical, and management problems. RRC is one of the nation's leading providers of management and engineering service solutions to the Department of Defense and other Government and commercial customers. With more than 25 years in the business, RRC expertise spans disciplines ranging from advanced research and development to facilities operation and maintenance.
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|Title Annotation:||Rome Research Corp.|
|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Jun 24, 2002|
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