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Lumbee Tribe Enterprises awarded $10M contract

By Staff Report, posted 1 week ago

Lumbee Tribe Holdings, Inc. announced that its subsidiary, Lumbee Tribe Enterprises, was awarded a fiveyear, $10 million-dollar contract with the US Marine Corps, Marine Corps Systems Command.  

 

Under the new contract, the organization will support Joint All-Domain Command and Control at Camp Pendleton, Calif.  

 

“MCTSSA is a special client to LTE, and we are honored to expand our services in new and critical ways to ensure mission success,” said Caleb A. Malcolm, deputy vice president of operations, in the press release. “This contract award is a result of new, sustainable and strategic teamwork by our dedicated teammates to deliver solutions with valued partners like La Jolla Logic, Inc., San Diego and another LTH subsidiary, Lumbee IT Solutions, LLC (LITS).” 

 

According to the release, LTE’s contractual responsibilities will be to “provide technical management, coordination of task activities, and administrative support. This includes performing technical assessments and data collection activities, monitoring test execution, and verifying system compliance to military standards. In addition, LTE will analyze test procedures, conduct root cause analysis, and perform network design and maintenance.”

 

 

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