Washington Technology: Costa Rica project repurposes national security technology

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The following article was published in the May 5 issue of Washington Technology.

Surveillance system sets sights on poachers
Costa Rica project repurposes national security technology
Zach Noble

Costa Ricans aim to protect one of the world’s most lush island habitats, and they’ve enlisted the help of Cambridge International Systems.

The target: poachers.

The woman- and veteran-owned Cambridge is being tasked with the design and installation of a maritime surveillance system on Cocos Island.

Cambridge wins $30 million contract to enhance the DISN

Cambridge President Chris Sentimore Quote

ARLINGTON, Va., April 16, 2014 - The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded Cambridge International Systems, Inc. a task order to provide asset-based IT infrastructure services that will help the Army upgrade its 10 Gigabit (10G) Internet Protocol transport router networking capabilities. The task order also requires Cambridge to implement a new Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) architecture as well as transition about 400 circuits in support of the Ft. Detrick Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Service Delivery Node (SDN) relocation.

Cambridge wins DISA contract for UC and telemetry services

Cambridge President Chris Sentimore Quote

ARLINGTON, Va. - Jan. 2, 2014 - The Defense Information Systems Agency awarded Cambridge International Systems, Inc. a task order for unified capabilities (UC) and telemetry engineering services. The contract, which has one 12-month base period and four one-year option periods, supports the Network Services Capabilities Center (NS2) under the Global Information Grid Services and Management-Engineering, Transition and Implementation (GSM-ETI) multiple-award contract.