Lockheed assembling team to chase $2.8B training contract
- By Mark Hoover
- Dec 04, 2015
Lockheed Martin is assembling a team to go after a $2.8 billion training and simulation contract currently held by Raytheon.
Lockheed has just added Cubic Global Defense and PULAU Corp. to its team, and the three companies together will chase after the U.S. Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program, or ATMP.
According to market research from Deltek, the contract has an estimated ceiling of $2.8 billion, and Raytheon is the current incumbent contractor. In June, they announced they were teaming with Computer Sciences Corp. -- now CSRA Inc. -- to pursue the recompete.
ATMP will provide maintenance, lifecycle management and sustainment of more than 250,000 fielded training aids, devices, simulators and simulations (TADSS) and ranges in support of worldwide Army training.
“Our ATMP team combines a global logistics and sustainment footprint with smart technology solutions that will maximize the Army’s operational awareness and the return on investment in their training enterprise,” said Jon Rambeau, vice president and general manager for Lockheed Martin Training and Logistics Solutions.
The company already provides the Army with its most current TADSS being fielded today, including the Digital Range Training System and Urban Operations Training System; the Advanced Gunnery Training System and the Close Combat Tactical Trainer; and the Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability, the company said in a release.
Cubic Global Defense also provides the Army with advanced training equipment and supporting services, and PULAU Corp. is a recognized TADSS service provider to the Army, Lockheed said.
Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at email@example.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.