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SIOUX CITY, IA, September 22, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Sabre Communications Corporation announced today that they have been awarded a subcontract for performance under the DHS/CBP Tactical Communications Modernization (TCM) Program. DHS/CBP announced on July 11, 2010, that the 2-year period of performance (8a competitive) prime contract was awarded to Northwind Engineering, LLC, Sabre's prime 8a business partner.
The prime TCM contract will provide material and supply chain management support to the Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection for the Houlton Sector located in Maine. The prime firm-fixed price (FFP) contract was awarded at $7.2M. Northwind Engineering has subcontracted Sabre to design, fabricate and deliver 47 towers, 38 communication shelters and other infrastructure equipment as needed to the Houlton Sector.
"This is a very important and strategic capture for Sabre," said James D. Mack, President and CEO of Sabre Industries, Inc., parent company of Sabre Communications Corporation. "It demonstrates our commitment to working with small businesses that support the important mission of the Department of Homeland Security." Execution of the new subcontract will be managed by Sabre Defense and Homeland Security Systems.
For more information, please contact Doug Henry, VP/GM of Sabre Defense and Homeland Security Systems at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (850) 678-9200.
Sabre Defense and Homeland Security Systems provides products and services that support the requirements of the United States Government including all branches of our armed forces and allies. We offer build-to-print manufacturing, fixed site infrastructure for communications and surveillance systems, and field and installation services. For more information, please visit www.SabreIndustriesInc.com.
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