Development deal with major US defence contractor

Allen-Vanguard Corp. signs an agreement with San Diego-based, major intelligence, military, aerospace, engineering and systems contractor Science Applications International Corp., to co-develop chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear Allen%20Vanguard.jpgand explosive (CBRNE) defence technologies and training solutions for the North American market. The Ottawa-based company says the deal could strengthen its position in the US defence market and lead to increased international sales. “SAIC is a significant participant in large US Department of Defense CBRNE hardware and logistics programs and will be a strong and credible integration teammate. We expect that SAIC can substantially improve our positioning in large programs in the US and Canada,” says Allen-Vanguard CEO David Luxton. “The agreements with SAIC will also help strengthen our market channels with the US government for our broad line of counter-IED (improvised explosive devices) and CBRNE products and services.” SAIC employs about 44,000 people in 150 cities worldwide. It reported $8.9 billion in revenue last fiscal year.

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