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U.S. Government Command and Control Centers

Optimize threat management, interagency coordination, and continuity of operations in support of your mission to safeguard national security

Delivering Proven Solutions Based on Federal Past Performance

Expertise and experience in mission-critical spaces for leaders in National Security.

Federal Experience
Cleared Resources
Contract Vehicles


Federal Past Performance:

  • Expertise in multi-class networks/domains
  • JITC-certified and TAA-compliant solutions
  • Cleared resources and programmers (TS/SCI)
  • Sustainment packages available to ensure mission uptime
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Cleared Resources

With a proven track record of operating within secure environments, our team possesses a range of experience and the required clearances to seamlessly execute your command center. Our services are tailored to classified areas, ensuring a secure and efficient implementation.

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Federal Contract Vehicles

Our contract vehicles support a broad range of technical and engineering tasks for the design, development, and sustainment of specialized operations centers.

  • Contract: falls under GSA Alliant 2
  • POP: 12-month base + 4 option years
  • Gov’t Fee: 4%
  • Task order teaming: tailored to individual mission requirements

Types of Federal Command and Control Centers

Constant Technologies specializes in mission-critical operations centers that drive interagency coordination and safeguard national security with video wall systems and 24/7 technology furniture solutions. Click below to expand the list of C2 environments.

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  • Air Traffic Control Systems Command Centers
  • AFB Command Centers
  • Border Operations Centers
  • Building Management Systems
  • Crisis Management Center
  • Critical Infrastructure Monitoring
  • Cyber Security Operations Command Centers
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence Center
  • Data Center Operations (Mainframe/Mid-Range/Critical Infrastructure Monitoring)
  • Emergency Operations Center
  • Enterprise Network Operations
  • Evolved Launch Support Centers
  • Fusion Centers
  • Global Security Operations Centers
  • Incident Command Point
  • Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center
  • Joint Operations Centers
  • Maritime Operations Center
  • Military and Intelligence Operations
  • National Situation Room
  • Office of the CTO
  • Satellite Imagery Centers
  • Satellite Launch and Management Operations
  • Tactical Operations Center
  • Technical Support Facilities
  • Vehicle Launch Control Centers
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  • Western Regional Operations Control Centers

When Collaboration is Mission Critical, Operations Centers are Crucial

Constant specializes in command center solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense and federal government agencies.


National Security Agency

National Threat Operations Center

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Schriever Space Force Base

National Space Defense Center Operations Floor


Edwards AFB

Flight Simulation Center


Buckley Space Force Base

Space Force OPIR Battlespace Awareness Center


Nellis AFB

Flight Simulation Center

US Coast Guard

U.S. Coast Guard

Dispatch Center Sector Long Island Sound


Redstone Arsenal

Army Materiel Command


MacDill AFB

CENTCOM / SOCOM Operations Center


Vandenberg Space Force Base

Operations Control Center


Naval War College

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  • Army Corps of Engineers
  • Army National Guard
  • Barksdale Air Force Base
  • Cape Canaveral Space Force Station
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Edwards Air Force Base
  • Fort Gordon
  • Fort Meade
  • Kadena Air Base
  • Lackland Air Force Base
  • MacDill Air Force Base
  • NASA
  • Nellis Air Force Base
  • Peterson Air Force Base
  • Robins Air Force Base
  • Schriever Space Force Base
  • The Pentagon
  • Vandenberg Space Force Base
  • Yokota Air Force Base

Optimized Security Begins with Centralized Operations​

The Importance of C2 Operations Centers

Interagency Coordination

Government Command and Control Centers facilitate coordination among various government agencies, departments, and relevant organizations. This collaborative approach ensures a unified response.

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National Security

C2 Operations Centers play a critical role in safeguarding national security by monitoring potential threats, analyzing intelligence, and coordinating responses to security incidents.

Threat Management

Combining data into a central hub assists with managing crises, disasters, and emergencies, whether natural or man-made. It allows government officials and agencies to rapidly assess the situation, allocate resources, and coordinate response efforts to minimize damage and protect public safety.

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Command and Control

C2 Ops Centers play a critical role in seamless communication and information sharing among stakeholders, allowing for the rapid exchange of information and updates. This ensures that all parties involved are well-informed and can respond promptly.

Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness

C2 Ops Centers provides a comprehensive and real-time view of the situation, enabling decision-makers to understand the scope and severity of an incident and respond accordingly.

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Contingency Planning

Government Command and Control Centers support contingency planning for potential incidents and scenarios. This proactive approach ensures that the government is better equipped to handle a wide range of emergencies.

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Situational Awareness
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Partner with Command and Control Experts

Constant expertly designs and installs command and control centers to meet your mission’s requirements. From custom video wall solutions and tailored technology furniture to ongoing service and support, Constant ensures that your C2 center is optimized for mission-critical performance.

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Interested in Command and Control Solutions for the U.S. Government?