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BAE to compete for Alliant task orders

RESTON, Va., April 16 (UPI) -- The U.S. General Services Administration has selected BAE Systems to compete for future infrastructure and information technology management task orders.

British company BAE was selected by the GSA as part of the U.S. government's Alliant program, the network computer systems upgrade program for the Department of Defense and other agencies.

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With the GSA selection, BAE will be able to compete for an estimated $50 billion in future task orders that include infrastructure and IT management services.

"Our focus will be on supporting the government's growing need for innovative solutions that reduce cost and increase the mission effectiveness of GSA's client agencies," Gene Glazar, BAE Systems Information Solutions president, said in a statement.

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