BAE Wins Research Program

Tuesday, April 18, 2006
BAE Systems’ CORDA (Centre for Operational Research & Defense Analysis), has won a new contract from the MoD to lead a research program into maritime defense equipment capability. Under the terms of the contract, from the MoD Research Acquisition Organization, CORDA will lead the program as the prime contractor, and will provide advice to inform future capability planning, including equipment procurement planning decisions and to de-risk technology to support early procurement activity. During the course of the research, CORDA will work closely with academia and 23 industrial partners. Source: Manufacturer.com

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