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Cablegate: For Release: For Release: Funding for Lockheed Martin

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R 191516Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY BOGOTA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 2956
INFO RHMFIUU/DEPT OF STATE AIR WING PATRICK AFB FL
RUEHBO/AMEMBASSY BOGOTA

UNCLAS BOGOTA 000672

SIPDIS
DEPT FOR INL/A, TIM PIEPER, OTTO FERNANDEZ
DEPT FOR INL/RM

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR AFIN
SUBJECT: FOR RELEASE: FOR RELEASE: FUNDING FOR LOCKHEED MARTIN
CONTRACT FY-2010

1. Following funds are provided for Lockheed Martin contract, this
is the third funding for FY 2009 in the amount of USD 8,600,000.00:

CNP ARAVI

Appropriation 19 9011540000

Allotment 0110

Obligation 0110008001

Function 2722

Object 2515

Project IN23CL08

Amount USD 8,600,000

2. If a copy of the obligating document is not received within 30
days, NAS will send an e-mail or telegraphic reminder. A second
reminder will be sent after 60 days. If these follow-up attempts
are not effective, NAS will inform the INL Executive Director and
request assistance.

3. The services must be provided within two years, and final bill
must be received within 30 months, of the date of the agreement.

4. POC NAS Financial Specialist Jaime Garcia (57-1) 383-2251
garciaja@state.gov
BROWNFIELD

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