Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) IDIQ
The Department of Homeland Security’s EAGLE II Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVO) Small Business indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract provides integration, software design, software development and operations-and-maintenance services.

Cambridge Contract 
HSHQDC13DE2030

Contract Ceiling
$22 billion

Period of Performance
June 10, 2013 – June 9, 2020

Functional Category 1 Services  
With a talented staff of engineers, analysts, technicians, operations personnel, and program managers, Cambridge provides expertise and services in the following areas:

Network engineering including design and operation
Systems administration
Information security
Infrastructure support
Training
RF engineering
Satellite communications
Surveillance
Sensor Fusion and Target Detection
Data fusion and intelligence support
Exercise plans and CONOPS development

Recent DHS Experience
EAGLE I
Cambridge provided analysts, software developers and trainers to support the development, implementation, integration and operations of the Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) Pattern Analysis and Information Collection System (ICEPIC) tool. We supported ICE’s Law Enforcement Centralized Access Development (LECAD) and Law Enforcement Information Sharing System (LEISS) projects by designing, fielding and promulgating IT tools that give law enforcement users the right information at the right time.

Rescue 21
We operate and maintain point-to-point X-band microwave links and fiber optic last mile connectivity for the Coast Guard’s Rescue 21 Remote Fixed Facility (RFF) circuit demark extensions in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Cambridge designed, installed and commissioned last-mile extensions connecting the Rescue 21 network to the Puerto Rico Area Wideband System (PRAWS) Defense Information Systems Network (DISN). The Coast Guard’s Telecommunication and Information Systems Command (TISCOM) hired Cambridge to install and maintain the extensions as the primary communications link for emergency-support operations.

Cross Border Communications
Cambridge designed, installed and integrated an 11-site trans-border microwave communications system (voice, data and video) that exchanges illicit-drug-trafficking-activity information between federal U.S. and Mexico security agencies. This effort, which supports the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, is part of an on-going action plan to facilitate cross border communications between first responders in the United States and Mexico.

Quality Assurance Program
An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, Cambridge applies our core values of commitment, integrity and perseverance to deliver quality services and solutions. We are committed to continual evaluation and improvement that strengthens our delivery and organization. Cambridge has established, documented and implemented a quality management system.

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