Califon Systems Awarded $33M U.S. Navy Fleet Medical Dental Contract

DALLAS, GA – 10-04-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Califon Systems, a Dallas, Georgia based Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and supplier of medical surgical, dental, and tactical medical products, and services to the Department of Defense was awarded a $33,912,971 5-year firm-fixed IDIQ multiple award delivery order contract for medical and dental kitting in support of the U.S. Navy Fleet.  The contracting activity is the Naval Medical Logistics Command, Fort Detrick, Maryland.

“I can’t tell you how excited we are to partner with the U.S. Navy by providing superior medical and dental kitting solutions to support their ongoing operations around the globe.  As veterans, we take great pride in serving those that serve to ensure our freedoms,” said Frank C. Graham III, President of Califon Systems.  Our goal is to provide world class service to an evolving health care environment, as well as improving patient outcomes.

Califon Systems is a Center for Veteran Enterprise certified Medical Surgical Supplier to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Department of Defense, and multiple State Agencies.

The Naval Medical Logistics Command delivers patient-centered logistics solutions for military medicine.  They are committed to setting the standard for professional excellence by exceeding their customers’ needs with quality medical logistics support.

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