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Join Our Team on the CTSS Program

Continuous Communications and IT Support when it Matters Most

GovCIO is looking for skilled professionals to provide stable, long-term communications and IT support services to deployed Airmen and government contractors.

If you have experience providing combat-ready communications supporting DOD Missions and Operations, we want to hear from you!

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CTSS Job Spotlights


Sharepoint Operations

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Shaw AFB, Sumter, SC

SATCOM Program Support

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Shaw AFB, Sumter, SC

C4 Planning Manager

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CTSS Background

Formed in 1983, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) has become the Nation’s “premier warfighting headquarters” responsible for maintaining our Nation’s security interests.  CENTCOM’s air component, Ninth Air Force (9AF) (Air Forces Central) (AFCENT), in concert with coalition, joint, and interagency partners, delivers air, space, and cyberspace capabilities for CENTCOM.

AFCENT Directorate of Communications (AFCENT/A6) directly supports CENTCOM with combat-ready communications capabilities for deployed forces supporting Department of Defense (DOD) Missions and Operations. Deployed Airmen and government contractors at AFCENT expeditionary sites are invaluable to providing mission-critical communications to 90,000+ joint service and coalition personnel stationed throughout CENTCOM.

The CTSS-V program, a single Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (SA-IDIQ) contract, seeks to bring on a proven contractor that will provide AFCENT/A6 with stable, long-term communications/ information technology (COMM/IT) support.

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CTSS Objectives & Scope

Through the CTSS-V program, AFCENT/A6 is seeking a mission partner with the skills and expertise to deliver critical COMM/IT services and work in partnership with Expeditionary Communications Squadrons (ECSs) and A6 Directorate personnel to ensure continuity and availability of COMM/IT services. The CTSS team will integrate, install, operate, maintain, and sustain:

  • Communications Management and Planning
  • Communications Engineering
  • Knowledge Operations Management
  • Cyber Transport, Surety, Spectrum and Systems Operations
  • Radio Frequency Transmission,
  • Cable and Antenna Systems, and Logistics
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CTSS Jobs by Location

Don’t let where you live prevent you from getting your dream job! GovCIO’s CTSS program has open positions in multiple locations. Check out open jobs by your location of choice!

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Why Work for GovCIO?

GovCIO helps government agencies run faster and easier so they can focus on what’s really important— serving our citizens.

And we’re always looking for fresh and exciting talent.

If you’re ready to grow your career and help transform government IT, then maybe you’re ready to become a Transformer.

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