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Maritime Domain Management

Catalyst Maritime is a consortium of experts and companies that view the maritime domain as a vital system driving a country’s economic growth. All of the elements of the maritime domain system are related and should be managed accordingly. Oil and natural gas development, port development, and coastal tourism are all connected to maritime environmental protection, pollution prevention and response, and safe waterways management. Fisheries and other maritime resources, search and rescue, and sovereignty assertion are also part of the maritime domain system. Catalyst Maritime helps clients manage the entire domain or various aspects of the domain as a part of this system.

Catalyst Maritime works with a range of clients, including national governments, individual governmental ministries, and private sector actors with an interest in the maritime domain. Our service offerings include strategy development, safety and security assessments, intra-governmental and private sector coordination, organizational development, human capital performance, training, exercises, technology assessments, acquisition support, life-cycle costs support, and maintenance and logistics planning. We apply our expertise to all aspects of the maritime domain including maritime domain awareness, search and rescue, port development, port security, compliance, protection of natural resources, pollution and emergency responses, waterways management, coastal development, and sovereignty issues.

To learn more about Catalyst Maritime, visit CatalystMaritime.com.

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