DHS Selects L-3, SAIC For Next Ground Container Security Project

Biesecker, Calvin
August 2006
Defense Daily International;8/31/2006, p3
Market Research Report
The article reports that the U.S. Department of Homeland security has chosen L-3 Communications and SAIC companies to provide prototypes of security devices that can quickly detect threats to cargo containers. The companies were downselected from a pool that included three others who had participated in Phase One of the Homeland Security Research Projects Agency's Advanced Container Security Device program.


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