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 Set your sails in OUR direction with an exciting civilian career with the Department of the Navy. We are located at Fort Detrick in Frederick, MD. Whether you are looking for a challenging career or career advancement, you have come to the right place!

Begin your career with us when NAVMEDLOGCOM internship opportunities exist, they will be posted to this page. No internship opportunities currently exist.

Healthcare Providers
 If you are a healthcare provider seeking a contract position, please visit the Doing Business With Us overview by clicking here.

Individual Providers
 Individual providers can contract directly with the Navy under the Individual Set Aside program. See the ISA Handbook which can be accessed by clicking here.

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