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Centurum Wins $77M DoD Contract to Support Command and Control Systems

The Defense Department has awarded Centurum a performance-based contract to provide command and control systems support for new integrated systems and networks. Work could continue through April 2019 and be worth $77 million.

Centurum will design,  install and manage a command center IT infrastructure and work on cross-domain solutions and command center systems. The company will also support experimental intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance system engineering, among other services.

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