General Dynamics to install knowledge management solution at L.A. Air Force base

LOS ANGELES, 18 May 2006. General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics, has received a $9.6 million contract for the implementation and support of a Livelink knowledge management system at the Space and Missile Systems Center at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif. LiveLink is an intranet solution designed to enable collaborative knowledge management.

May 18th, 2006

LOS ANGELES, 18 May 2006. General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics, has received a $9.6 million contract for the implementation and support of a Livelink knowledge management system at the Space and Missile Systems Center at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif. LiveLink is an intranet solution designed to enable collaborative knowledge management.

"General Dynamics will provide the Space and Missile Systems Center with the ability to install a secure intranet solution for collaborative knowledge management," says Steve Eng, program manager at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. "The solution improves the Center's ability to manage and share information, which is critical to the space and missile missions it provides to the joint warfighter and our nation."

Work will be performed in Los Angeles and is expected to be completed by 2011. Livelink Knowledge Management System is a product of Open Text.

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