Navy Command and ControlCambridge Awarded Prime DoD Cyber Mission Systems IDIQ Contract

Cambridge, a leading provider of C5ISR and systems engineering solutions with a proven global capability, has been awarded a Department of Defense Cyber Mission Systems (CMS), Kitting, and Supplies seven-year (performance through 2025), indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. The IDIQ, which was awarded by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic), has a maximum ceiling of $949.9M and supports SSC Atlantic’s requirements for the full lifecycle of system delivery including systems engineering, test and evaluation, technical, logistics acquisition, sustainment, and management support services.

Cambridge will assist SSC Atlantic with its streamlined acquisition approach and innovative Model-Based Systems Engineering in the delivery of Cybersecurity, Command and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance capabilities to our warfighters.

“Cambridge has been working to leverage technology and supply our warfighters with the communications, intelligence, and security systems and solutions they require for more than 20 years. Our team has extensive experience providing SPAWAR and many other customers with research and development, system-of-systems engineering, test and evaluation, acquisition, installations, and logistics support,” said Russell Thurston, Vice President of Defense and Intelligence Solutions.

Cambridge stands ready to deliver secure, reliable, intuitive, interoperable, and agile solutions to address the threats our warfighters face and in support of the SSC Atlantic mission.

Read more about the CMS IDIQ on our contract page. 

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