Camber Corp. wins $10.4 million contract to support WMD response

The U.S. Army's Natick Contracting Division recently awarded defense contractor Camber Corp. a $10.4 million contract to provide support for a federal program aimed at dispatching forces to respond to a nuclear, chemical or radiological attack.

Founded in 1990, Camber, which is headquartered in Huntsville, Ala., will provide program management, logistics, supply chain and training and support services for the Marine Corp's crisis response command.

The contracting group, which is headed by CEO Walter Batson and President John Lord, specializes in cyber, intelligence and unmanned systems, along with engineering and technology. It has personnel onsite at 100 locations around the world.