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William C. Moyer, group vice president for the Applied Sciences Group of Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, recently announced the receipt of a $2.2-million U.S.

Navy contract with a potential value totaling $7.3 million to provide technical engineering support services for the Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Activity in St. Inigoes, Md.

Under the contract, which is for a period of one year with two one-year options, Tracor engineers will support ongoing programs in computer services, management information systems, electromagnetic environmental effects, and electronic equipment safety, as well as support test documentation for the combat system of the FFG-7 class ship.

The services will be performed by the Electronics Systems Division of Tracor Applied Sciences, Falls Church, Va., under the direction of Robert G. Shuster, division vice president. Mr. Shuster has appointed Jesse N. Hawes as program manager. Mr. Moyer said Tracor will employ as subcontractors: Bendix Field Engineering Corporation, Columbia, Md.; Strausberg Associates, Inc., Kensington, Md.; and Semcor, Inc., Lexington Park, Md.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 43,  Mar 1983

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