Fed Sources debuts tool for C3 business

Federal Sources Inc. McLean Va. last week announced a market research tool that tracks command control and communications opportunities.

The C300 Opportunities database a part of Federal Sources' Fedmark Defense service tracks electronics-based systems in the Defense Department market.

Users can search opportunities by agency type of contract potential bidder or other key word.

An annual subscription to Fedmark Defense is $7 400 which includes upgrades and support.

Ted Smith Federal Sources' director of defense market research said the database currently tracks 62 opportunities. He said additional opportunities will be added.

"There are hundreds of business opportunities " he said. "The C3 marketis very substantial and hard to quantify."

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