Cambridge to Support Maritime Domain Awareness Capability Upgrades in Greece and Bahrain

Maritime Domain Awareness system

Cambridge has received two new awards to work alongside prime contractor, ITC Defense Corporation, to provide equipment integration, installation, testing, training, and support services to the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command’s (NAVWAR) Program Executive Officer, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, And Intelligence (PEO C4I) International C4I Integration Program Office (PMW 740). Cambridge will support PMW 740’s Building Partner Capacity (BPC) by providing technical assistance and training to enhance the Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) system capabilities on two separate projects in Greece and the Kingdom of Bahrain.

“Cambridge looks forward to supporting NAVWAR, the Greece Hellenic Navy, and the Bahrain Coast Guard by leveraging our proven systems engineering and implementation services to provide this critical support. Both the MDA systems operated by the Greece Hellenic Navy and the Bahrain Coast Guard play integral roles in their respective countries national surveillance capabilities.” said Joe Krauss, Cambridge General Manager of the Advanced Technology and Services Division.

Cambridge has delivered Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions in over 55 countries, providing increased domain awareness to help Partner Nations protect their territories from threats to national safety and security. Our performance includes successful delivery of more than 25 separate fixed and mobile Maritime Surveillance System (MSS) systems and many Regional Command Centers for PMW 740 in logistically challenging, austere environments such as Bahrain, Colombia, Iraq, and the Philippines.

ITC Defense supports multiple DoD Agencies and partner nations providing Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, Systems Engineering and Integration, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.  The company designs, develops, and integrates individualized solutions to help customers realize their vision by “Integrating Technology & Culture”.

The International C4I Integration Program Office (PMW 740) delivers and integrates tailored, C4I releasable systems to foreign partners through Foreign Military Sales, Foreign Military Financing, and other DoD-funded international programs to enhance interoperability between the United States and its international partners.