Cambridge International Systems Lands IT Security Support Contract With NASA

cybersecurityCambridge International Systems has received a five-year contract from NASA to provide information technology management and other technical services in support of the Johnson Space Center's Base Information Technology Security Program.

The space agency made the award under the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 contract vehicle, Cambridge said Tuesday.

Cambridge will collaborate with GTI Federal and Logyx on the contract that also covers design, project management, integration, system documentation, troubleshooting, logistics support, delivery installation and maintenance services.

NITAAC CIO SP3 is a 10-year, $20 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that seeks to meet the IT requirements of the Defense Department and other federal agencies in 10 task areas.

These task areas include IT support for health sciences, healthcare and biomedical research, CIO support, outsourcing, imaging, IT maintenance and operations, integration services, critical infrastructure protection and information assurance, software development, enterprise resource planning and digital government.

Arlington, Virginia-based Cambridge International Systems is a veteran-owned, women-owned firm that provides IT, training, communications, intelligence, surveillance and security support services for government and industry clients.

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