Cambridge wins DHS EAGLE II SDVOSB contract

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Cambridge International Systems, Inc. an Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract in the service-disabled veteran-owned (SDVO) Small Business track.

The seven-year, multiple award contract vehicle gives Cambridge the opportunity to compete against five SDVO small businesses for task orders to provide information technology (IT) services in Functional Category 1 (service delivery) for the Department of Homeland Security.

“Cambridge has delivered complex IT and operations-and-maintenance services to law enforcement, national security, counter-narcotics and intelligence customers for more than a decade,” said Dr. Kim Harokopus, Cambridge’s chief executive officer. “Our experience has made us highly adept at developing solutions that support homeland security missions.”

Cambridge has experience supporting the Department of Homeland Security’s EAGLE program. Cambridge has provided the Department of Homeland Security with analysts, software developers and trainers to support the development, implementation, integration and operations of various Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) information collection and sharing systems.

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 delivers leading complex C4ISR solutions around the world in support of the U.S. Government’s and partner nations’ most demanding communication, surveillance, intelligence and security requirements. For more information, visit www.cbridgeinc.com.

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