We are project management experts

StatComm team making a schedulePeople always ask, what does strategic communications mean?

For us, it means finding interesting, smart, and inventive ways to get information to the right people. It means streamlining programs to make them more efficient. It means identifying dated layout and design and creating content that is stunning and engaging.

Based in Natick, Massachusetts, Strategic Communications, Inc. (StratComm) is a project management firm providing technology solutions, training, content development, and advanced business consulting services. Now celebrating our 40th year in business, we serve the needs of Fortune 500 companies, 18 federal agencies, and all branches of the Armed Forces. 

We manage large, high-profile, often mission-critical programs worldwide for leading organizations such as IBM, VMware, Goldman Sachs, the U.S. Navy, the U.S Air Force, the U.S. Department of State, Department of Veterans Affairs, USAID, Treasury, and many other prominent companies and government agencies. 

We develop and subsequently manage complex programs for the federal government utilizing emerging technologies to develop innovative solutions for our clients. Examples of our work include online training and testing programs for VA and for hundreds of U.S. Embassies worldwide, providing federal courtroom hearing monitor services to the Social Security Administration, and procuring and delivering thousands of pallets of educational supplies worldwide for USAID and the U.S. Department of State.

Our headquarters house a core team of seasoned professionals who manage a large number of offsite contractors. As a team, we interact with clients spanning many different sectors, projects, and communications challenges; to succeed, we rely on each and every member of the team. We are agile, high-energy, innovative, and believe positive teamwork and open communication leads to the development of creative solutions to the most complex challenges. At StratComm, we all have a very strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit—and most importantly, a sense of humor.