Camber Corporation

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Camber Corporation
Privately Held
Industry Aerospace and Defense
Founded Huntsville, Alabama (1990)
Headquarters Huntsville, Alabama
Area served
Key people
Philip O. Nolan, Chief Executive Officer

John Lord, President Huntsville Operations

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

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. It was acquired by Huntington Ingalls Industries on December 2, 2016 and is in the process of being reorganized as a division within that company. Once that reorganization is complete, Camber Corporation will cease to exist.

Camber Corporation is a Cyber, Intelligence, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Engineering, Technology and Government Services Support company. Camber has specialties in agile software engineering and information technology, data collection and analysis, counter-narcotics analysis, geospatial intelligence, military training and readiness support and analysis, and counter-terrorism support and analysis. As of December 2016, Camber employed approximately 1,700 professionals in over 100 locations in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Camber is also an ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000, and CMMI-ML3 assessed company.

Camber Corporation has personnel onsite at 100 locations in both the United States and including various countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, delivering daily interface on technical, programmatic, and operations issues. Camber support aligns with the operational interests of every Unified Combatant Command in the U.S. Department of Defense; more than 150 Army, Air Force,[1] Navy and Marine Corps[2] programs; the National Guard Bureau and National Guard headquarters in every state, commonwealth, territory and the District of Columbia; 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. Camber was an early provider of cyber simulations and has 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. On December 2, 2016, New Mountain Capital sold Camber Corporation to Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII). As part of its acquisition, HII will reorganize Camber's assets and personnel into a new division called HII Technical Solutions.[3]


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