Army picks 7 for $150M mission training complex support contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Nov 17, 2017
Seven companies have won positions on a five-year, $150 million contract for services to support the Army's mission training complexes.
The Army received 18 bids for this recompeted hybrid contract that contains cost, firm-fixed-price and-time and-materials elements. Work will take place through Nov. 14, 2022, the Defense Department said Wednesday.
Winners for the Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support contract are:
- Applied Training Solutions
- General Dynamics
- Northrop Grumman
- Yorktown Systems Group
Deltek data indicates the Army previously awarded the MTCCS work under the Warfighter Focus and Operations, Planning, Training, Resource Support Services II contracts.
Cubic and Northrop are incumbents that made it to the new round of awards, according to Deltek. Another incumbent in Raytheon's technical services business was not selected this time around.
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