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US Intelligence Agency: Linux Help Wanted

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is compiling information on the capabilities of vendors who can assist it with its Linux-based information system. NGA has asked vendors to provide a description of their capabilities by Feb. 11. In a quick-response "Sources Sought" notice issued Jan. 28, NGA said it was "researching the market availability of firms that can potentially provide services and products that could be seamlessly incorporated" into the agency's baseline program.

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