AES2 and CRDF Global chosen for DoD counter-narcotics and global threats IDIQ

Advanced Engineering Solutions & Services (AES2) and CRDF Global have been awarded a combined not-to-exceed $960,000,000 multiple award Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract under the Department of Defense Counter-Narcotics and Global Threats (CN&GT) Operations, Logistics and Training Support program.

As one of 18 awardees of the contract, AES2 and CRDF Global, serving in a subcontractor role to AES2, will combine their complementary experience, resources and expertise to support the U.S. and its partner nations in countering national security threats, including illegal drugs, trafficking, piracy, transnational organized crime, and threat finance networks. Efforts under the scope of the contract will be completed on or before September 17, 2032, with the majority of work taking place outside of the United States.

“Both AES2 and CRDF Global have served as trusted partners to the U.S. government in missions of high significance to national security for decades, and we’re both proud to continue our strong legacy of support through the CN&GT program,” said AES2 President Mike Watts. “Given AES2’s strong and trusted legacy of providing engineering, integration, operations, and OCONUS fielding support, CRDF Global will serve as the ideal subcontractor, with its expertise in digital resilience and their proven experience in cybersecurity capacity building, training, and advisory support services.”

“We are honored to partner with AES2 and leverage our decades of experience in training and capacity building missions towards our shared goal of building a more safe and secure world,” said CRDF Global President and Chief Operating Officer Tina Dolph. “With our teams actively supporting counterterrorism and law enforcement training missions worldwide, we are prepared and well-positioned to provide the responsive, tailored and effective solutions required for a program of this level of complexity and significance.”

Source: CDRF Global

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