Cambridge Secures Navy C4ISR Tech Support Order

Cambridge Secures Navy C4ISR Tech Support Order
Cambridge

Cambridge has received a two-year, $11.7M U.S. Navy task order to help Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic define technical requirements for military control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems.

The company said Tuesday it will support the NIWC's Command and Operations Centers division in efforts to help defense agencies access C4ISR and information technology platforms.

Under the project, Cambridge will work to determine stakeholder needs and system requirements for projects that support classified and unclassified communications.

The task order falls under the Navy's Cyber Mission Systems, Kitting and Supplies contract vehicle and covers support in the research, concept design, data collection, analysis and engineering documentation areas.

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