Camber Corporation

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Camber Corporation
Type Privately Held
Industry Aerospace and Defense
Founded Huntsville, Alabama (1990)
Headquarters Huntsville, Alabama
Area served Worldwide
Key people Walter Batson, Jr., Chief Executive Officer

John Lord, President

Mike Whyte, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Gene Kakalec, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development

Bruce Schoemer, Senior Vice President & Manager, National Security & Intelligence Group

Chris Balcik, Senior Vice President & Manager, Mission Support Group

Joe Reale, Senior Vice President, Contracts, Pricing & Procurement

Jay Puckett, Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Kelly Peevy, Vice President and Director of Administration

Camber Corporation is a defense contractor headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. Camber's quality management system has been formally certified under ISO 9001:2008. The Engineering & Technology Division (ETD) of Camber's Huntsville Aerospace Defense Group has been rated at CMMI Level III.

Camber Corporation is a premier Cyber, Intelligence, and Unmanned Systems, Engineering, and Technology company, provides unparalleled service world-wide. Camber is an established partner in the Intelligence Community (IC) with specialties in data collection and analysis, counter-narcotics analysis, geospatial intelligence, and counter-terrorism support and analysis. Camber Corporation has personnel onsite at 100 locations including countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, delivering daily interface on technical, programmatic, and operations issues. Camber support aligns with the operational interests of every Joint combatant command; more than 150 Army, Air Force, and Navy programs; National Guard headquarters in every state and territory; and more than 25 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) or coalition countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Camber has particular strengths in cyber operations, systems engineering support, logistics management, and business and program support operations. They are an early provider of cyber simulations and have pioneered simulation-based acquisition efforts through endeavors such as the Army’s Simulation and Modeling for Acquisition, Requirements, and Training (SMART) initiative.

New Mountain Capital acquired Camber December 1, 2008.

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