Executive Briefings

Defense Department Names Four to Vie for RFID III Program Contracts

After more than two years of requests and reviews, the Department of Defense has chosen four prime contractors to compete for orders under its RFID III contract, which calls for active 433.92 MHz RFID tags and interrogators compliant with the ISO 18000-7 standard. RFID III is an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract established by the Army on behalf of all U.S. armed services. The contract entitles the four companies to compete for purchase orders from any authorized organization supporting the DOD, the U.S. Coast Guard, NATO, coalition partners and other foreign military agencies.
The four prime contractors are Savi Technology, Northrup Grumman Information Technology, Unisys, and Systems & Processes Engineering Corp.
Source: RFID Journal

After more than two years of requests and reviews, the Department of Defense has chosen four prime contractors to compete for orders under its RFID III contract, which calls for active 433.92 MHz RFID tags and interrogators compliant with the ISO 18000-7 standard. RFID III is an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract established by the Army on behalf of all U.S. armed services. The contract entitles the four companies to compete for purchase orders from any authorized organization supporting the DOD, the U.S. Coast Guard, NATO, coalition partners and other foreign military agencies.
The four prime contractors are Savi Technology, Northrup Grumman Information Technology, Unisys, and Systems & Processes Engineering Corp.
Source: RFID Journal