Greece accepts SAIC C4I system

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 29 (UPI) -- Security authorities in Greece have accepted a public safety and security system from Science Applications International Corp.

U.S. company SAIC says the Greek government has accepted its command, control, communications, coordination and integration system, which places ownership of the technology officially with Greek authorities.


The C4I system, deployed to Greece to support the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, has received upgrades and other modifications since the games by SAIC to support security and emergency response requirements by Greek security officials.

"System acceptance is an important milestone in the implementation of this state-of-the-art system, and properly recognizes the tremendous efforts of the Greek state and SAIC to deliver an effective solution," Donald Foley, SAIC executive vice president and project director, said in a statement.

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