Vienna, VA – April 24, 2017: Dynology, a leading provider of cyber security and information technology solutions to the federal government, announced today that the company was awarded the opportunity to provide engineering and analysis services to the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) as a subcontractor to Camber Corporation.
Engineers and scientists within Dynology, work in collaboration with the Joint Project Leader for Chemical and Biological Defeat, Disable, Dispose (JPL-CBD3) office in developing technologies to reduce and dispose of the chemical warfare agent threat on the tactical level using technologies that would be easily accessible to ordinary Warfighters.
“We are excited to extend our relationship with Camber Corporation in this new important effort for protecting the lives of the American Warfighter,” said Burke Cox, President of Dynology. “Our impressive combined team helps enable a new approach to a complicated challenge regarding chemical warfare.”
Drawing from its experience in both relevant scientific and engineering processes, Dynology is aiding in the new start effort to shape its requirements, select appropriate technological solutions, and find ways to mold the solutions to the specific needs of the consumer groups.