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SAIC has won a contract to develop anti-submarine warfare sensors. (Pictured: SAIC headquarters, McLean, Va.)
SAIC has won a contract to develop anti-submarine warfare sensors. (Pictured: SAIC headquarters, McLean, Va.) (SAIC)

SAIC has won a $50 million prime contract for anti-submarine warfare sensors.

The five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, with Naval Air Systems Command, calls for SAIC to develop advanced sensors. According to SAIC, most of the sensors will be air-deployed, but some could be designated as ground, surface or undersea-deployable when the mission calls for it.

SAIC will support the Acoustic Systems Division and the Electro-Optics and Special Mission Systems Division.

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