When the Federal government looks to address the toughest challenges in transportation policy, planning, and analysis, it looks to Cambridge Systematics. With a team of renowned industry experts and an office located in Washington, DC, we partner with the government to set policy, develop tools, and establish education initiatives that help the nation move freight and passengers throughout our country cost-effectively.
Dedicated exclusively to transportation — we work with state and local agencies, as well as ports, transit agencies, railroads, trucking companies, and industry consortia — and so have a deep understanding of the impact of Federal decisions on the entire transportation system down to the individual taxpayer. These insights add important perspective and objectivity to our work with Federal agencies.
Our clients choose Cambridge Systematics because we consistently demonstrate our ability to understand key issues, design sound and innovative approaches, and create pragmatic solutions. We prepare our clients for the long term, even if our project is of short duration. And, we maintain relationships to ensure our client’s successful implementation of results.
Our Federal agency relationships include:
Cambridge Systematics has a multi-year General Services Administration (GSA) Mission-Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) contract, which is designed to help government agencies improve management and organizational effectiveness through the use of specialized services. GSA contracts offer a streamlined procurement vehicle that significantly reduces contracting time. Under the MOBIS contract, Cambridge Systematics will provide consulting, survey, and program integration and project management services for government customers worldwide. These services can include process and systems improvement, business process engineering, change implementation, strategic and business planning, benchmarking, and performance management.