March 10, 2016
Cambridge International Systems Awarded Prime DoD Counter Narcotics and Global Threats (CN>) IDIQ Contract
Cambridge, a leading provider of counter narco-terrorism support with a proven global capability, has been awarded a Department of Defense (DoD) Counter Narcotics and Global Threats (CN>) multi-year (performance through 2025), multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (MAIDIQ) contract. The IDIQ, which was awarded by the Air Combat Command (ACC) Acquisition Management and Integration Center (AMIC), has a maximum ceiling of $975M and supports the DoD’s CN> requirements for operations, logistics, and construction services.
Cambridge has worked in the CN> mission area for more than 20 years and has been an active, ongoing, and successful Counter Narco-Terrorism Program Office (CNTPO) subcontractor since contract inception in 2007. Cambridge has experience providing training, logistics, and construction services in more than 40 countries worldwide, including remote and austere environments. Regardless of the constraints Cambridge works to support the national security and capacity-building needs of the U.S. government and partner nations.
“We look forward to working alongside AMIC to continue our mission to protect our borders and create a safer world by combating narco-terrorism and threats from criminal organizations, illicit trafficking, terrorist organizations, and individual groups” said Liz Germanos Buker, Cambridge COCOM Director.
Cambridge stands ready, along with an exceptional team of highly qualified and proven companies, to deliver peacekeeping training, logistics, and facility construction in support of the DoD mission.