Chameleon Integrated Services scores $22M help desk support contract

Chameleon Integrated Services has won a $22 million contract to provide global service desk support and management services for the Defense Information Systems Agency.

The contract was awarded as part of the$400 million DISA IT Enterprise Support Services, of which Chameleon Integrated Services was one of five winners.

Under the contract, the company will plan, test, integrate, operate, maintain and optimize comprehensive IT support environments at new Global Service Desk facilities.

The company anticipates adding 45 new employees as a result of this contract, bringing the total employment to over 200 employees.

This is the third DISA contract that Chameleon Integrated Services has won in five months, said Drew Acree, company president and co-owner.

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