From the Washington Business Journal:
Lockheed Martin Corp. said Wednesday that a team lead by its Cherry Hill, N.J.-based Advanced Technology Laboratories has won a $1.3 million contract to develop a system for predicting crises and the stability of countries.
The contract is for the first phase of development, which covers 15 months. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency doled out the award to the Bethesda-based contractor.
The system is called the Predicting Stability through Analyzing Germane Events system and will be part of DARPA's Integrated Crises Early Warning System....MORE