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Delex Systems, Inc.

Delex Systems, Inc. provides technology solutions. It develops training systems for tactical training and wargaming in warfare environments; instructor-led training on various topics for commercial and government customers, including security and information handling, weapons and tactical employment, platform maintenance, software applications, and soft skills training; interactive multimedia instruction, consisting of computer-based training, advanced distributed learning, and Web-based training products for employees; and custom models and simulations for interactive training, decision-making, process improvement and cost reduction, system emulation, tactics development, and disaster management. The company also provides research and analysis on foreign political, economic, and military issues; scientific and technological assessments; analysis and assessment of foreign technical documents; and knowledge mapping, as well as editing, composition, lay-out, publishing, graphics design, Web site design and implementation, delivery in various media, production, and application development services. In addition, it provides program management support for systems acquisition, system life-cycle support, foreign military sales, ownership cost reduction, and financial management; information technology solutions, including consulting, system development, and case management and security administration; and engineering support, data management, and networking for the national defense sector; and integrated digital environments. The company was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, with offices in Patuxent River, Maryland; Ridgecrest, California; Whidbey, Washington; and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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