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March 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Nice work for whoever wins the business: the US Army Small Computer Office has put out a Request for Proposals for 20,000 multi-user 32-bit microcomputers supporting four to 16 users and running office automation and administrative applications, for use by the Army, Navy and Defense Logistics Agency. The Request covers a five-year indefinite number supply contract with an additional three years of maintenance support. The Office hopes to be able to make an award in early 1989. The Request is in extremely vague terms, but the pact is likely to be filled by small Unix boxes.

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