BAE wins £22.5m contract with MoD

James Thompson
Monday 21 March 2011 01:00
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The Ministry of Defence has awarded BAE Systems a £22.5m, seven-year contract to support the Royal Navy's Submarine and Mine Warfare Command Team training systems.

Under the IT contract, BAE Systems' engineers will work with the Royal Navy's teams at naval bases in Clyde, Devonport and HMS Collingwood in Fareham, Hampshire, to help ensure the submarine and mine warfare training systems are readyand available to meet training schedules.

Mike Holstead, a team leader at the MoD, said: "This new contract builds on the existing relationship we have with BAE Systems, and the MoD looks forward to proactive management of obsolescence, which will enable continuation of high quality training delivery for the Royal Navy."

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