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THE US DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY TO BUY UNIX WORKSTATIONS

The US Defense Intelligence Agency has plans for a $75m to $100m requirements contract for Unix-based compartmented mode workstations that will allow different levels of security to be accessed on the same workstation: the Agency awarded competitive cost sharing agreements for product development last year, and machines from Apple Computer Inc, DEC, Harris Corp, IBM and Sun Microsystems are to be tested by the National Computer Security Center over the next several months.

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