Air Force seeks cyberwar edge

Wednesday, 15 December 2004, 1:04 PM EST

Air Force officials plan to award contracts worth up to $25 million for computer warfare technologies, according to a solicitation issued today.

Officials in the Air Force's Research Laboratory in Rome, N.Y., want industry officials to submit papers explaining their ideas and capabilities through 2008. They will review them and award contracts as they receive them, according to the "Cyber Defensive & Offensive Operations Technology" document published today on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site.

By Frank Tiboni at FCW.

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