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Army Releases RFI for Cyber Electronic Warfare R&D Program

cybersecurityThe U.S. Army wants information on contractors who could provide electromagnetic research services to the branch’s Cyber Battle Lab, which is scheduled to start operating in October 2015.

The Army Contracting Command published a sources sought notice on Oct. 16 and a draft performance work statement that specifies electronic warfare, spectrum management and cyberspace support requirements.

Responses to the market research will be accepted until Friday.

According to the PWS, the branch could award a contract that has one base year and two option years for CBL experimentation support work.

A chosen vendor would perform analytics, systems and network engineering, prototyping, integration, simulation and information assurance, among other services, at the cyber research facility.

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