Second lot tapped for $3B Navy systems deal
- By Joab Jackson
- Aug 29, 2003
A second round of companies has been awarded spots on the Navy's $3 billion Training Systems Contract II, the Defense Department announced Aug. 28.
Awards went to Aero Simulation Inc., CAE USA, DEI Services Corp., EER Systems Inc., Indra Systems Inc., J.F. Taylor Inc., L-3 Communications Corp.'s EER Systems, NLX Corp., Northrop Grumman Corp., Science Applications International Corp. and Symvionics Inc. L-3's Link Simulation and Training division also was named in a separate award.
Under this eight-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, companies will compete for tasks orders from the Naval Air Systems Command's training systems division.
Work will include designing, developing, implementing and evaluating instructional systems, human performance systems, job performance aids, computer-based training, distributed learning and the hardware and software associated with technology-based training.
There is a ceiling of $8 billion for both this lot, designated lot 1, and lot 2, of which the winners were announced Aug. 15. That group of awards went to Advanced Engineering and Research Associates, Anteon International Corp., the Boeing Co., Carley Corp., Delex Systems Inc., DP Associates Inc. and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.