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Our Command is a diverse team of Marines, Sailors, civilians and contractor support personnel united by a common purpose: to equip and sustain Marine forces with the most capable and cost-effective systems to meet and defeat the evolving threat. Our core career fields ensure comprehensive coverage of the acquisition process, taking our equipment from cradle to grave. Career fields include Contracting, Cost Estimating, Engineering, Financial Management, Life Cycle Logistics, Program Management and more. Learn more about working at Marine Corps Systems Command and explore our Employment and Internship Opportunities.

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Contracts provides quality, timely, cost-effective, and value-added Fleet Marine Force equipment procurement solutions to Marine Corps Systems Command portfolio managers, program managers, and affiliated program executive officers.

The Marine Corps Systems Command Office of Small Business Programs is the gateway for small businesses. This includes veteran-owned, service-disabled, HUBZone, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small businesses. Small business and a competitive, healthy industrial base are vital to the long-term success and affordability of the Department of the Navy as well as our national security.

The International Programs (IP) office is a dedicated Security Cooperation (SC) organization and serves as advisor to the Commander of Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) on all Marine Corps international programs.

Marine Acquisition Officers (MOS 8061/8059) are key to the entire systems acquisition process. They are accountable for taking requirements from concept exploration to deployment of an operational piece of equipment. Additional MOS 8057 officers are members of the acquisition workforce and assist in planning, directing, coordinating and supervising specific functional areas that pertain to the acquisition of equipment/weapons.