MacAulay-Brown, Inc. of Dayton, OH announced on September 18 that the company is a subcontracting partner with CACI International Inc. on a Technical, Information and Engineering Services (TIES) task order to support the U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC).
CERDEC is the information technologies and integrated systems center that supplies Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities, technologies and integrated solutions for the U.S. Army.
As part of the TIES contract, CACI offers a broad range of solutions and services for intelligence, electronic warfare, and information system development. These include providing technical expertise and full-scale engineering support, program management services, prototype development, and fielding, fabrication and operations work. The three-year task order represents continuing work in CACI’s Intelligence Systems and Support market area.
Under the award, MacB is responsible for providing technical and engineering services, as well as analysis and strategic implementation support of new science and technology initiatives. Other tasks will include providing space facility management, environmental compliance and security services for personnel at CERDEC headquarters and subordinate directorates.
“This win supporting CERDEC headquarters demonstrates our continued ability to execute and deliver technical information, engineering services, and strategic expertise at exceptional levels for best value,” said Troy Kohler, vice president of operations and logistics for MacB’s Missions Systems Group (MSG). “We are proud of our continued partnership with APG, C4ISR and U.S. Army communities.”