Business consulting services and technical solutions provider Digitalspec (DSPEC) has secured a prime contract for Public Affairs support with the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA).
Based in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, the company has secured the technical, engineering, advisory and management support (TEAMS) prime contract.
Under the contract, the MDA Public Affairs Office will receive support from the public affairs team of DSPEC.
Among the support services to be provided include effective planning, coordination and implementation of communication strategies, policies and programmes for internal and external audiences.
Work under the contract will be carried out at different US locations in Virginia, Alabama and Colorado.
DSPEC president Vishal Dadoo said: “This exciting partnership with MDA will provide significant opportunities to support the Department of Defense.
“As we continue to grow and extend our operations to federal and private clients in Washington, D.C., we are excited to expand our services in the defence and intelligence community.”
The current contract highlights the company’s commitment to support warfighter and national security strategies and will help expand the company’s presence in the federal public affairs and communications support field.
In addition to supporting the US MDA, DSPEC supports the US Department of Homeland Security with strategic communications and public affairs in the country’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agencies.