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Special Operations Command chooses three information companies for T-REX computers and surveillance hardware | Military Aerospace Technology

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Officials of U.S. Special Operations Command at McDill Air Force Base confirmed three contracts were approved worth as much as $780 million for the Targeted Requirement Execution (T-REX) computers and surveillance equipment program. It was granted to Barbaricum LLC in Washington, iGov Technologies Inc. in Reston, Va., and NexTech Solutions LLC in Orange Park, Fla. They will be acting as systems integrators and coordinators providing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance and command, control, communication, and computers related hardware and services to SOCOM.

Source: https://www.militaryaerospace.com/computers/article/14185772/computers-surveillance-hardware

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