CDO lands $75M contract

By Randy Tucker

October 5, 2016/Dayton Daily News —CDO Technologies Inc., a Dayton-based IT company and defense contractor, has been awarded a $75 million contract to manage the U.S. Air Force’s cyber-security communications system, the company announced Wednesday.

Under the one-year contract, CDO will provide cyber support services for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Cyber Sustainment Branch at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts. Services will include supporting cyber weapons systems; integration and test facilities; and other Air Force systems and networks that are part of its communications infrastructure.

“Over the last few years, we’ve been working to establish CDO Technologies as a leader in cyber security,” said President Al Wofford. “This has become an important part of our wheelhouse, and we are a proactive leader in the field. The USAF cyber mission is critical today, ensuring the sustainment of not only cyber terrain, but our weapon systems that rely on the network.”