Six win spots on $230.6M contract to support Navy training products program

Six companies have won a $230.6 million contract to support the Naval Education Training Command’s Naval Training Products and Services Program.

The base value of the contract is $112.7 million.

The winners are:

  • A. Harold and Associates LLC
  • CACI-CMS Information Systems
  • Camber Corp.
  • General Dynamics Information Technology
  • Salient Federal Solutions
  • URS Federal Services (AECOM)

Under the contract, the companies will compete to provide curriculum maintenance and development services in support of the program.

Work is expected to be completed in October 2019, or October 2022 with options.

Fourteen companies bid on the contract, the Defense Department said in a release.

In May, the Navy awarded a $342.8 million contract to five companies to support other aspects of this program. Months later, the Navy added two more companies to the contract.

For more contract awards, check out our WT Insider-exclusive Contract Database, featuring every award we have covered since January 2013.

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