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United States : NATO releases solicitation for commercial-off-the-shelf software

July 15, 2014



NATO is looking for contractors who are capable of providing software that can help the global organization prevent chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear incidents.

According to a request released on July 8, NATO's Communications and Information Agency wants a commercial-off-the-shelf software that will deliver command and control functionality, which would also safeguard forces from effects of such incidents.

It will allow NATO officials to see information regarding such CBRN threats, store and analyze a vast range of information, send various evaluations and reports, and share information with other systems.

The organization said it will offer the hardware infrastructure.

According to the request, the contractor will be required to execute the system in three phases and implement several activities, including project management, system requirements analysis, design and development, testing, training and support, among others.

NATO will invite eligible bidders to an informational session in November to receive the latest available technical data as well as ask preliminary questions.

The contract would be offered in Q4- 2015.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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