EOIR aims at more Air Force business

March 19, 2013 at 1:52 PM

FREDERICKSBURG, Va., March 19 (UPI) -- U.S. design and development company EOIR Technologies Inc. says it is opening an office in Ohio to market its capabilities to the U.S. Air Force.

The office near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will specifically focus on the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Air Force Research Laboratory and Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.

Wright-Patterson is the Air Force's largest acquisition center.

"EOIR is committed to providing the Wright-Patterson market with quality intelligence analysis, software development, system engineering, research and development, and program management support," said John Saddler, EOIR's director of Air Force Business Development. "We are dedicated to hiring locally whenever possible and supporting area businesses to improve the local economy."

EOIR said it has leased 2,225 square feet of office space for the operation. Included is 1,000 square feet of space that has been built to meet Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility requirements.

The office, it said, will be operational by the first of next month and will have 15-20 personnel.

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