European company Thales says its Australia unit received the contract from the Defense Materiel Organization's Command and Intelligence Systems Support Office to provide support for the Australian military's command and intelligence systems.
Under the contract, Thales says it will provide management and other support services for the Joint Command Support Environment's multiple mission systems.
"We have a dedicated team in place with specialist expertise in meeting the customer's evolving requirements, and we look forward to delivering additional benefits to the Australian Defense Force and the Defense Materiel Organization over the coming years," Chris Jenkins, Thales Australia managing director, said in a statement.
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