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CWU has been awarded a Department of Defense contract

CWU has been awarded a Department of Defense contract to provide the U.S. Army Reserve Component with a nationwide turn-key role player support services program to include fully vetted and trained civilain role players, target language foreign languages speakers, program management, and battlefield effects simulation.

CWU has been awarded a 3 year FFP-LOE task order

CWU has been awarded a 3 year FFP-LOE task order under its INSCOM DLITE IDIQ contract to provide 122 CAT II and CAT III linguists plus program management personnel to support JTF-GTMO.

U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM) has awarded CWU

U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM) has awarded CWU, Inc a multi-award schedule (MAS) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) 5 year contract to provide high-quality linguist and language training support services in support of the Department of Defense Language Interpretation and Translation Enterprise (DLITE) program.

“CWU has been a trusted performer and partner with the U.S. Government providing language support services, cultural advisors, and role player support services for over 7 years”, said Charles Jenkins, President and CEO of CWU, Inc. “Our commitment to excellence coupled with our proven management systems has set the standard for language and training support service. We are please to have been selected as one of the small business prime contractor’s support the INSCOM DLITE effort.”

CWU opened a new corporate office at 19345 U.S. Highway 19N; Suite 201; Clearwater, Florida 33764.

CWU opened a new corporate office at 19345 U.S. Highway 19N; Suite 201; Clearwater, Florida 33764.

CWU opened a new Program Management Satellite office in Browns Mills

CWU opened a new Program Management Satellite office in Browns Mills, NJ located at 305 Lakehurst Road; Suite A; Browns Mills, NJ.

CWU has been awarded a Department of Homeland Security bridge contract

CWU has been awarded a Department of Homeland Security bridge contract to continue providing Role Player Support for Law Enforcement Officer Training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) at the Glynco, GA campus. CWU will provide management staff and professional law enforcement role players to support law enforcement training.

CWU has been awarded a Department of Defense contract to provide the U.S. Army Civil Affairs

CWU has been awarded a Department of Defense contract to provide the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Reserve Component with Role Players, Foreign Language Speakers, and Battlefield Effect Simulation at Fort Dix, NJ. CWU will provide a complete role player training support turn key operation for the government.

CWU has been awarded a Department of Homeland Security 5 year contract

CWU has been awarded a Department of Homeland Security 5 year contract to provide Role Player Support for Law Enforcement Officer Training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Cheltenham, MD. CWU will provide management staff and role players to support law enforcement training at the FLETC Cheltenham facility.

The CWU Exercise Support Team deployed to South Lake Tahoe

The CWU Exercise Support Team deployed to South Lake Tahoe, CA to support a joint training exercise evaluation between the 95th Civil Support Team and the South Lake Tahoe Fire Department. CWU provided mass casualty scenario effects, incident specific moulage injuries, and training support personnel.

CWU, Inc successfully supported the California National Guard’s CERFP EXEVAL

CWU, Inc successfully supported the California National Guard’s CERFP EXEVAL, as part of the 2010 Golden Guardian statewide full scale emergency management response annual exercise. CWU provided over 300 vetted and qualified roleplayers, moulage artist, management, and training support personnel to support realistic battlefield effects, mass casualty role player coordination, planning, and training support services at Camp Parks, CA and the Port of Redwood City, CA. This was a complete turn-key operation that included personnel, management, on-site temporary facilities, transportation, and exercise support command and control.