Syracuse, NY – SRC, Inc. formerly Syracuse Research Corporation, is a member of Camber Corporation’s Edgewood Chem-Bio Center Mission Support Contract team that will provide the Joint Project Manager, Biological Defense with the Joint Biological Tactical Detection System (JBTDS). Under this 12-month, $1.8 million contract, SRC will build five prototype systems for test and evaluation. SRC’s JBTDS prototype is an automated, lightweight, battery-operable system designed to rapidly detect, sample and identify airborne biological weapons.
“JBTDS is an opportunity to leverage the expertise of all of SRC’s business areas, including our manufacturing subsidiary,” stated Paul G. Tremont, president of SRC. “We believe the unique innovation SRC brings will help the team be successful and deliver the best possible solution for the customer. We look forward to working with Camber on this effort.”
This program will provide all of the services with tactical capabilities to detect, collect and identify airborne biological hazards and bio agents potentially encountered by military services in theater. Work on this contract will be performed at SRC’s offices in Syracuse, N.Y. and Aberdeen Md.
About SRC, Inc.
SRC is a not-for-profit research and development company with more than 50 years of experience in defense, environment and intelligence. SRCTec, a subsidiary, offers manufacturing and lifecycle support for complex electronics systems. Together, through innovation in science, technology and information, they are redefining possible® – helping keep America safe and strong. SRC works with the customer for the best solution – not the bottom line – resulting in nationally significant, next generation products and services.
SRC is a FORTUNE 100 Best Company to Work for and has been named to Best Companies lists in New York, Ohio and Texas. The company employs more than 1,100 people in 15 offices throughout Colorado, Maine, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Texas and Virginia. There are more than 100 positions currently available nationwide. For more information, visit www.srcinc.com.