Sabre88 Awarded Department of Homeland Security Acquisition Training Support Services contract with the United States Coast Guard

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Sabre88 Awarded Department of Homeland Security Acquisition Training Support Services contract with the United States Coast Guard

The award comes as a follow-on to an existing contract with the United States Coast Guard, further demonstrating the capability to provide reliable support services to the Federal Government as it has since 2008.

Newark, N.J., July 31, 2020 – Sabre88, LLC, nationally recognized firm and provider of acquisition support services to the federal government, was recently awarded a five-year follow-on contract to deliver training support services to the United States Coast Guard. This comes during unprecedented times and is a testament to the quality of service that Sabre88 prides itself on providing to its customers and clients.

Sabre88 will provide acquisition training support services for the Department of Homeland Security including executing existing training modules along with the development and customization of new training modules specifically for the United States Coast Guard.

The effort to provide acquisition support services to the United States Coast Guard will include training sessions at eight locations across the country from Washington DC to California. Sabre88 will also be incorporating expanded virtual training sessions to accommodate the specific needs of the United States Coast Guard during the current pandemic.

“Sabre88 is excited to expand upon its relationship with the United States Department of Homeland Security with the award of this contract,” said Robert Cottingham, Jr., CEO of Sabre88. “We look forward to the opportunity to demonstrate Sabre88’s dedication to providing precise, swift solutions to the federal government no matter the circumstances.”

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