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February 19, 1989

COMPUTERAID SERVICES WINS PACT WITH US AIR FORCE

By CBR Staff Writer

Thorn EMI Plc’s Datasolve-owned, Farnborough, Hampshire-based Computeraid Services has won a pact with the US Air Force to maintain its Unisys equipment: the contract is initially for six months, but will probably be extended for another two years bringing its value to UKP125,000; the company, which has been security-cleared by the UK government, will send 15 engineers to US Air Force bases to service the Convergent Technologies boxes.

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