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REUSABLE SOFTWARE CRITICAL TO MISSION SUCCESS IN TACTICAL COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS

REUSABLE SOFTWARE CRITICAL TO MISSION SUCCESS IN TACTICAL COMMAND,
 CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
 PARAMAX LAUNCHES A THREE-PRONGED APPROACH TO SOFTWARE REUSE
 WHO: Paramax Systems Corp.
 WHAT: Press Briefing
 WHERE: AFCEA '92
 Washington D.C. Convention Center
 Room 28 (Next to Press Room)
 900 Ninth St. N.W.
 Washington
 WHEN: Wednesday, June 24
 9-11 a.m.
 Lessons learned from Desert Storm and the unpredictability of future military conflicts are demanding more flexible, interoperable, secure and reliable command, control, communications and intelligence to support battle planning. DoD software is an increasingly critical key to providing the capabilities demanded for mission success, but software is costly in time and money. Estimates of DoD software expenditures for 1990 have ranged from $24 billion to $32 billion. Growth predictions estimate DoD software expenditures of over $52 billion by the year 2008. Costs must be brought down, as capabilities are increased.
 Paramax Systems Corp. believes the problem is solvable. At AFCEA '92, the company will brief the media on its three-pronged software initiative aimed at cost reduction and improved reliability.
 Paramax has already employed its experience in software reuse to respond to the Army's need for improved need for integrated communications in its proposals for Integrated Systems Control (ISYSCON) and the All-Source Analysis System (ASAS) Block II program. The company has developed reuse technologies and methodologies as part of the STARS program and internal research and development efforts and has applied these to large developmental programs. These programs will also be addressed at the briefing.
 CONTACT: Laura Overstreet of Paramax Systems Corp., 703-847-3375.
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