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SELEX Sistemi Integrati Contracts With EU For Command, Control And Information System

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Rome, Italy (SPX) Jan 24, 2008
SELEX Sistemi Integrati signed a contract with the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union for the development, supply and installation of a Command and Control Information System, including the provision of related support, training and maintenance services. The estimated total value of the contract is 11.1 million Euros.

The contract is linking SELEX Sistemi Integrati and the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union for a period of seven years taking into account the delivery time of the completed system (3 years) and the possibility to renew the contract up to four (4) periods of one year each for support and maintenance activities.

The Command and Control Information System, to be delivered by SELEX Sistemi Integrati, will enhance the European Union's ability to plan, deploy and execute military as well civilian operations under EU-led undertakings.

The contract named EUCCIS (European Union Command and Control Information System) represents a further international success for SELEX Sistemi Integrati's know-how in the field of Command and Control Information systems and reinforces its important position in the state-of-the-art solution for Air Defence, Homeland Protection, Costal Defence and Battlefield C4I systems.

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