Bridgeborn Awarded Contract as Part of Oberon, a Stanley Company, Team to Support ARMY Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)

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New business win further demonstrates the wide range of applications and markets for Bridgeworks© powered solutions.

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This win further demonstrates the wide range of applications and markets for Bridgeworks© powered solutions. We look forward to working with Team Oberon and supporting ARMY INSCOM as we continue to grow our business in the Intelligence marketplace.

Bridgeborn, a leading systems design, engineering and integration company, today announced that the Oberon team, which includes Bridgeborn, was awarded a contract to support US ARMY Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Futures Directorate. ARMY INSCOM conducts intelligence, security and information operations for military commanders and national decision makers.

"We are pleased to have been selected by Oberon, a Stanley Company, to be part of their team. INSCOM's needs and their focus on transitioning research and development activities into ARMY Programs align with our core capabilities including research and development, systems design, engineering and integration as well as data visualization" said Kevin Curry, Bridgeborn co-founder and Chief Scientist. "This win further demonstrates the wide range of applications and markets for Bridgeworks© powered solutions. We look forward to working with Team Oberon and supporting ARMY INSCOM as we continue to grow our business in the Intelligence marketplace."

About Bridgeborn
Bridgeborn is a systems design, engineering and integration company that delivers innovative IT Solutions to the Federal Government and Commercial markets. Clients include DHS, JFCOM, USAID, and US ARMY.

Bridgeborn is a privately held company headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA with offices in Arlington, VA, Annapolis, MD and Savannah, GA. For more information, go to http://www.bridgeborn.com or call us at 757.437.5000

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