The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded Cambridge International Systems a potential five-year contract to provide unified capabilities and telemetry engineering services.
The Virginia-based company will help migrate DISA’s Defense Information Systems Network to a unified capabilities architecture. The contract has a 12-month base period and four one-year options. DISA awarded it as a task order under the Global Information Grid Services and Management-Engineering, Transition and Implementation (GSM-ETI) multiple-award contract, according to a company announcement.
At an industry day in August, DISA officials detailed the agency’s plans to provide more integrated or unified capabilities, such as delivering more services over the Internet and enhancing voice, video and data features for military users.
"Cambridge appreciates the opportunity to support NS2's [Network Services Capabilities Center] mission to provide end-to-end converged IP network services across the Global Information Grid," Cambridge president Chris Sentimore, said in a statement. "We have the right people and procedures to support this critical mission."