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NZ issues RfI to advance its networked army

12th September 2019 - 02:17 GMT | by Tim Fish in Auckland


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New Zealand has initiated Tranche 2 of its Network Enabled Army (NEA) programme following governmental approval in July. The project is digitising the New Zealand Defence Force’s (NZDF) command-and-communications technology, BMS and secure satellite communications.

Investment in Tranche 2 totals NZ$106 million ($68.2 million) till 2022. Defence ...

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