San Diego-based Cubic Mission Solutions has signed a 12-year contract with the government of New Zealand to provide command and control capabilities to the Ministry of Defense’s Tactical Network project.

Cubic Mission Solutions said its work with the ministry will affect the New Zealand Army land forces and special operations forces. The technology company said it will provide command post computing solutions based on its DTECH M3-SE and M3X product lines.

The technology firm did not disclose the financial terms of the defense contract.

Cubic acquired North Carolina-based Nuvotronics on March 14 for $64 million. The corporation’s transportation arm was recently awarded a $4 million contract to service Ireland’s National Transport Authority mobile ticketing systems.

Shares of Cubic trade on the New York Stock Exchange as CUB.