Cambridge awarded prime contract to support Military Sealift Command

Expanded engineering and information technology service management (ITSM) for shipboard and shore-based systems worldwide

Cambridge announced today that it has been awarded a single award, prime contract for up to three years to provide Integrated Technology Service Management and engineering support to the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC). The contract was awarded directly by MSC and expands Cambridge’s relationship with the Command to a prime role for both ashore and afloat needs.

The mission of the MSC is to support our nation by delivering supplies and conducting specialized missions across the world’s oceans. The Command provides sealift and ocean transportation for all U.S. military services as well as for other government agencies, operating tankers for fuel transport and dry-cargo ships that transport equipment, vehicles, helicopters, ammunition and supplies.

The new contract award utilizes Cambridge’s business competencies in emerging requirements, technical architecture development and IT governance. The Cambridge team will provide forecasting, upgrades, test, development and installation of new IT capabilities for the Command to allow conformance with MSC’s Strategic Plan. The services will enhance network capabilities in both the ashore and afloat environments.

“Cambridge recognizes and appreciates the worldwide contributions that MSC makes to national security. We are honored to have been selected by MSC to support the Command with this vital requirement and look forward to providing integrated, standards-based and secure IT solutions,” said Cambridge Chief Executive Officer, Kimberly Harokopus.

About Cambridge International Systems, Inc. 
Cambridge International Systems, Inc. is a woman and service disabled veteran-owned small business headquartered in Arlington, Va. The company delivers leading C4ISR solutions around the world in support of the U.S. government’s and partner nations’ most demanding communication, surveillance, intelligence, and security requirements. For more information, please visit

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