Air Force Awards Cambridge A Position On The $900M Multi-Domain Systems Development IDIQ

Cambridge is excited to announce that we have been awarded a position on the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architecture and Integration (AFLCMC/XA) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to develop approaches needed to build multi-domain systems in support of the service’s warfighting missions. This is a potential $900 million, 10-year contract that will run through July 28, 2033. The AFLCMC at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio was the contracting activity.

The IDIQ contract includes the characterization of new systems and technologies through studies and demonstrations, rapid prototyping and test and capability transition support services with the goal of developing innovative approaches to advance the development of multi-domain systems.

“Cambridge is looking forward to providing the Air Force with innovative solutions to meet rapid changes in technology, warfighter needs, and global threat posture,” said Cambridge’s CEO and Air Force Veteran, Dr. Kim Harokopus. “Our team stands ready to satisfy the dynamic Development Planning, Systems Development, and Synthetic Environment Development requirements needed to support our Airmen at all levels.”

Cambridge has a long, successful performance history of curating innovative solutions to meet end-users needs that align with the three categories in this IDIQ: 1) Development Planning, 2) Systems Development, and 3) Synthetic Environment Development. We will draw on our experience bringing in new technologies to craft novel approaches toward mission requirements and using proven, existing technologies in new ways to bridge the requirements gap and deliver integrated, multi-domain war-winning capabilities to AFLCMC.

Learn more about the AFLCMC XA IDIQ Contract here.