Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD, January 28, 2022 – Linchpin Solutions, Inc. recently announced two contract awards to support Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA) at Camp Pendleton, CA.
A subordinate command of Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), MCTSSA provides test and evaluation, engineering, and deployed technical support for United States Marine Corps (USMC) and joint service Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems throughout all acquisition life cycle phases. MCTSSA’s primary site is located on the oceanfront of Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Base (MCB) in Southern California.
The first contract, Task Force Mobility Support Services, entails systems engineering support services that broadly encompasses force valuation and engagement, assessment workshops, and system demonstrations. For the second contract, Advanced Network Engineering Services, Linchpin Solutions will provide subject matter experts to perform specialized tasks as assigned.
“The MCTSSA Task Force Mobility Support Services award and the MCTSSA Advanced Network Engineering Services award are prime examples of our dedication to provide critical support for organizations with can’t fail missions” said Edwin “Eddie” Pena, Linchpin Solution’s CEO. “These contracts expand our West Coast footprint and we are excited to be part of the MCTSSA Team.”
About Linchpin Solutions
Established in 2014, Linchpin Solutions Inc. is an SBA 8(a) certified and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) firm that provides tactical C5ISR service and solutions for Federal and Commercial clients. Linchpin Solutions’ areas of expertise include integrated logistics support services, help desk solutions, curriculum development and training, professional services and facilities as a service (fa. To find out more, please visit www.linchpinsolutions.com.
MCTSSA conducts testing, evaluation, engineering, and provides direct technical support to the Fleet Marine Forces for Marine Corps and Joint Service command, control, computer, communications, intelligence (C4I) systems and expeditionary combat vehicle systems in order to inform acquisition decisions to make Marines more capable. Photo courtesy of U.S. Marine Corps.