Cambridge wins $17 million CIO-SP3 contract to support the Census Bureau

Cambridge announced today that it has been awarded a task order to provide IT and Telecommunications Engineering services to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Information Technology Directorate Telecommunications Office (TCO). The contract was awarded under the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center’s (NITAAC’s) Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) service-disabled, veteran-owned (SDVO) small business government-wide acquisition contract.  The task order, which has one 12-month base period and two one-year option periods, is worth about $17 million.

The mission of the Telecommunications Office is to develop and execute operational and strategic plans for the Bureau. It is the central point of all multimedia, data and voice communications, including video, wireless and cellular technologies. Cambridge will support that mission by providing information systems security, systems operations and maintenance, and information systems engineering.

The new contract award utilizes Cambridge’s business competencies in Integrated Technology Service Management and engineering support. With the application of IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) best practices and methods, Cambridge will reduce risk and contain costs for the Bureau. The services will enhance network and communications capabilities for the Bureau’s headquarters as well as its satellite locations across the country and U.S. territories.

“Cambridge has more than a decade of experience providing reliable, high-quality IT and telecommunications engineering services to government customers,” said Cambridge Chief Executive Officer Kim Harokopus. “We appreciate the opportunity to serve the Census Bureau.”

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About Cambridge International Systems
Cambridge International Systems, Inc. is a woman- and service-disabled veteran-owned small disadvantaged business headquartered in Arlington, Va. The company provides complex IT solutions around the world in support of the U.S. government’s and partner nations’ most demanding communication, surveillance, intelligence and security requirements. To learn more about Cambridge, visit or is external).

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