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Camber competes for chem-bio project work

March 26, 2013 at 5:48 AM   |   Comments

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., March 26 (UPI) -- The U.S. Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense has added Camber Corp. to its Omnibus engineering and support program.

Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite contract, the Alabama company is eligible to bid for up to $400 million in task orders in three domains: engineering and technical, Logistics and Information Technology.

It is also teamed with other prime contractors in three other domains. The domains include acquisition, business analysis, information technology, and medical areas.

A total of 70 companies have been awarded places on the Omnibus Program Engineering and Technical Support contract for the domains Camber will perform services for.

"Since 1993, Camber has continuously supported the JPEO-CBD, its predecessors, and subordinate organizations," Camber said. "Throughout this period, Camber has assisted the JPEO-CBD with the design, development, testing, production, fielding and sustainment of over 500 systems.

"With the award of three domains, and lead by our local Edgewood office, in place for over nine years, Camber continues our reputation as a premier service provider to the JPEO-CBD and its subordinate organizations in all phases of the acquisition life cycle from requirements generation to training and logistics, and ending in operations, sustainment, and eventually demilitarization."

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