System Planning Corporation

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System Planning Corporation
Type Private
Founded 1970
Headquarters Arlington, Virginia
Key people Ronald L. Easley, Founder and CEO
Products National Security Research, Electronics, Computer Software
Employees Unknown

System Planning Corporation is a Virginia based corporation that conducts research and produces electronics and computer software for the United States Department of Defense and other federal government agencies in the support of National security.

SPC is one of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's largest support contractors. The company has supported DARPA virtually continuously since the company's founding. SPC provides systems engineering, technical analysis, and support services to most of DARPA's Technology Offices.

SPC also has a long involvement with the U.S. stealth program. SPC designed and fabricated one of the first specialized radar cross section measurement radars used to validate the low observable signatures of stealthy vehicles. SPC continues to produce RCS measurement systems,currently the MK V, which are now principally used by the U.S. to provide quality assurance for deployed aircraft and ships, including the F-117A and B-2 bomber.

The company's fields of interest have included: