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Huntsville, AL, August 24, 2021 – Cintel, Inc. has been awarded a Mobility Platform Prototyping contract in support of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Indiana and a SeaPort-NXG contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Dahlgren Division in Virginia. These contract wins allow the Cintel, Inc. team to expand its footprint in solving complex challenges while supporting the warfighter. The Huntsville-based company provides innovative solutions for the Department of Defense, Government Civilian Agencies and Commercial Clients in Aviation and Missiles, Ground Vehicles and Systems, and Infrastructure Solutions.

Cintel Inc. won the Mobility Platform Prototyping contract on July 21, 2021. It is a Multiple Award contract with a total value of $74 million over five years. The company is one of fifteen contractors selected for the Base Award.

Under the Mobility Platform Prototyping contract, Cintel, Inc. will work with Torch Technologies and Roush Industries to develop prototypes for Department of Defense vehicles and mobility platforms. These include Ground Mobility Vehicles (GMV), Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles (MRAP), Light All-Terrain Vehicles (LTATV), Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV), Non-Standard Commercial Vehicles (NSCV), trailers, and auxiliary power systems. Cintel, Inc. will also offer support for other systems that contribute to operational safety, logistics, maintenance, reliability, durability and effectiveness of service members.

“The Cintel Team is honored to have been selected to support the NSWC Crane Division in providing critical capabilities to the warfighter,” said Cintel, Inc. President Will Irby. “Our team thrives on partnering with our customers to solve complex challenges. We look forward to working with NSWC Crane in support of the design, engineering, fabrication, and testing of prototype components and systems for the family of special operations vehicles and being a value-added partner.”

Cintel, Inc. was also awarded the SeaPort-NXG contract on July 14, 2021. The company is one of 600 across the United States that will offer engineering and program management support for the SeaPort-Next Generation vehicle. SeaPort NxG is the Navy's electronic platform for acquiring support services in engineering, financial management, life cycle sustainment, integrated product support, and other functional areas. Cintel, Inc. will offer a full range of technical solutions to the Sea Services and assist across multiple engineering domains.

“Cintel’s award on SeaPort-NxG contract vehicle represents our employee’s and teammates investment into the development of solutions for the Navy, Marine Corps, and entire Department of Defense and our commitment to delivering solutions to the challenges our Nation’s Sailors, Marines, Soldiers, and Airmen face on the battlefield,” said Irby.

The Navy will receive an estimated $5 billion worth of services each year under SeaPort-NxG task orders. This multiple-award contract has a base period of two and a half years and an ordering period option of five years.


Founded in 2013, Cintel, Inc. is a small business providing our clients nimble, unique, value-focused solutions in Modeling & Simulation, Data Science & Analytics, Machine Learning, Software Development, Energy, and Cybersecurity, providing solutions for the Department of Defense, Government Civilian Agencies and Commercial Clients in Aviation and Missiles, Ground Vehicles and Systems, and Infrastructure Solutions. Our core mission is to deliver innovative solutions through connected teams. We value the innovative solutions our people bring and foster an entrepreneurial spirit with every employee; our people have great ideas and deliver creative solutions for our clients. Visit our website to learn more about our company and capabilities:

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Huntsville, AL, February 26, 2021

The Huntsville Championship unveils its new Fore Cyber Progress Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is a direct business product tied to the Huntsville Championship’s top-level goal to make a tangible impact on the North Alabama community within its community pillar.

Cintel president, Will Irby, says, “Building enthusiasm for this technology space at an early age is a force multiplier for the Rocket City to be at the forefront of Cybersecurity.”

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