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Cambridge Awarded SCO-COL Task Order to Provide CN&GT Support

Cambridge has been selected to support the U.S. Security Cooperation Office in Colombia (SCO-COL) in their mission to assist the Government of Colombia in reducing and eliminating drug trafficking and narco-terrorism while strengthening capabilities and increasing professionalism within the Colombian military (COLMIL). This three year, $17M task order is Cambridge’s ninth award under the Counter-Narcotics and Global Threats (CN&GT), Operations and Logistics (Ops and Log), Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract.

In support of SCO-COL’s Security Assistance (SA) mission, Cambridge will perform administrative and mission support including logistics support, DoD Services-Specific Mission Support, driver dispatch, Global Positioning System (GPS) services, and security guard services at multiple locations throughout Colombia.

“Cambridge is honored to have the opportunity to leverage our proven CN performance and to continue to grow our in-country presence to support SCO-COL in the critical fight against illicit drug trafficking and narco-terrorism activities” said Elizabeth Germanos Buker, General Manager and Senior Director of the Cambridge COCOMs and Joint Solutions Group.

Cambridge’s experience supporting the CN&GT mission area in Colombia dates back to our first contract, more than 25 years ago. Our continuous in-country presence coupled with our robust portfolio of service offerings has allowed us to deploy a multi-dimensional approach, supporting the COLMIL’s CN mission through aviation and base operations support, intelligence analysis, logistics, mission support, and security and surveillance.

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