ONEIL Named as Subcontractor on $960 Million Cambridge International Systems, Inc. Contract
ONEIL to provide training content development and administration services as a subcontractor on $960M Cambridge International Systems, Inc. contract.
Miamisburg, OHIO, Mar. 27, 2023 – O’Neil & Associates, Inc. (ONEIL) is proud to announce its support for Cambridge International Systems, Inc., its prime contract partner, on a multiple award competitive contract led by the United States Air Force (USAF). The contract has a planned ceiling of approximately $960M and is expected to consist of multiple task orders during the planned period of performance through March 14, 2032.
Under the Counter-Narcotics and Global Threats Operations, Logistics, and Training Support program, ONEIL will provide training content development and administration services as a component of the Cambridge team. The program aims to support Department of Defense (DoD) agencies and its allies in identifying and controlling various global threats, including human trafficking, illegal drugs, organized crime, terrorism, and associated financial networks.
Mr. Bruce Joiner, Sr. Director of USAF and Strategic Programs said “ONEIL is honored to be a part of Team Cambridge in this most important work to ensure United States national security and that of our international allies.”
The contract, which was awarded on March 15, 2023, is a follow-on to a previous and highly successful contract that consisted of 23 awards with a $975M ceiling. The Air Combat Command Acquisition Management and Integration Center, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, contracting activity manages the contract.
For more than 75 years, ONEIL has been the most trusted resource for product support solutions to valuable equipment manufacturers. Our mission is to make equipment safer to use, faster to repair and easier to maintain. We make complex information easier to understand and apply to create a better user experience and improve business advantage for the Department of Defense, aerospace and commercial industries. Our essential work extends the life of valuable, mission-critical equipment and improves the human experience.