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Cambridge International Systems Awarded C5ISR Support Services Task Order

Arlington, VA –  Cambridge International Systems, Inc. (Cambridge) has recently been awarded a $343.3 million-dollar Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Support Services contract by the Department of Health and Human Services Program Support Center. In support of this contract, Cambridge will provide Department of Defense (DoD), Federal, and Coalition sponsors with the deliberate planning, analysis, organization, integration, and operation of current and emerging operational and system capabilities to achieve desired mission effects for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR); Information Operations (IO); and Enterprise Information Services (EIS).

Cambridge will utilize our more than 20 years of global C5ISR support experience to continue to carry out our mission to protect our borders and create a safer world by providing C5ISR systems, solutions, and capabilities to support warfighting missions. This includes operational and system capabilities such as designing, developing, integrating, field constructing, operating, maintaining, and securing C5ISR solutions that enable the rapid acquisition, development, and delivery of efficient and affordable capabilities to meet DoD mission requirements.

“Cambridge stands ready to partner with our valued customers to develop transformational strategies that deliver relevant and timely technological solutions to warfighters facing dynamic operational and security environments worldwide. We understand mission success is often dependent on agile and adaptive responses, and we are excited to have a contract that will allow us to provide C5ISR solutions that proactively drive leading edge technical innovation” said Cambridge Vice President of Defense and Intelligence Solutions, Mr. Russell Thurston.

This work may occur in both CONUS and OCONUS locations including some areas which are remote, austere, and high-threat environments. Cambridge has previous experience working in such locations and will apply our core values of commitment, integrity, and perseverance to overcome any challenges we are faced with to ensure rapid and successful delivery for our customers.

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