CS and CAS Win Another Impressive Contract Assisting the Air Force

Chenega Systems (CS) and Chenega Applied Solutions (CAS) have done it again! Following this duo’s recent substantial $47M contract win to help modernize the Air Force in support of their Kessel Run Hybrid Unified Battle Space Services (HUBS) program, CS and CAS have won yet another multimillion-dollar contract for the Air Force. This Enterprise IT as a Service (EITaaS) Collaborative Nerve Center (CNC) services contract is a follow-on to a previous CS win. Due to the high-quality work and expertise performed by the CS team, the customer awarded them its newest contract so that they could continue with their impressive work. EITaaS CNC will allow for the cooperation and integration of multiple Department of the Air Force (DAF) programs through integrated engineering support and a “collaborative center” approach.

Through this tactic, the Division hopes to support its mission further to develop, deliver, and sustain war-winning cyber and IT capabilities for the DAF. The CS and CAS teams will provide Engineers, Admin Support, and Subject Matter Expertise (SME) required for EITaaS CNC Services to help streamline and improve processes. The teams will also provide all services, infrastructure, tools, and equipment/supplies required to foster this improved environment. Through a cohesive operating model, CS and CAS hope to help establish a more collaborative work environment.

Congratulations, CS and CAS teams, on another incredible win!