Camber Corp. to provide Edgewood Chemical Biological Center with support services

The U.S. Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center has selected Camber Corp. to provide it with engineering, research and technology support services.

Camber was given an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity award to support the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, which is a biological and chemical research and development center located at Maryland's Aberdeen proving Ground.

The Edgewood Chemical Biological Center is the nation's principal research and development center for non-medical chemical and biological defense.

Camber, as part of the $485 million IDIQ prime contract, will provide engineering, research and technology services, among other program requirements, to the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.

"Camber is thrilled and excited to be a winner on this contract and be able to provide enhanced benefits to the warfighter," Joe Alexander, Camber's president, said. "We look forward to assisting ECBC with meeting the challenges that lie ahead.

"Camber provides a passion for technical excellence and pledges to deliver the best possible solutions to ECBC. This contract provides ECBC with a partner that understands ECBC's evolving mission as it grapples with the ever-increasing threat environment."

Camber, which currently supports 114 CBRN systems, is considered an integral part of the CBRN community. It provides management services, intelligence operations, training and simulation solution, engineering and technical support services, and mission critical services to federal government agencies, primarily within the Department of Defense.