U.S. Marine Corps to deploy Intergraph computer-aided dispatch software

The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC), as part of the Consolidated Emergency Response System (CERS) program, will deploy Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) software across 13 USMC bases throughout the world, according to a statement by Intergraph.

With the support of Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) and the Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), the CERS program office received a combined Milestone C and Full Deployment Decision approval for the software.

Achieving Defense Acquisition System Milestone C and Full Deployment Decision approval allows the fielding of the CERS system to all USMC installations listed in the five-year, $23 million Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded to IGS in 2014. Also as part of the CERS program, the U.S. Navy has formally approved I/CAD for use within the Department of Navy networks through the U.S. Navy Application and Database Management System (DADMS) certification, says Intergraph.

[Image courtesy: The U.S. Marines / Photo by: Sgt. Michael Thorn]

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