CSRA wins $49M Navy training device contract

CSRA has won a five-year, $49.3 million contract to develop and support training devices for the Navy.

Three offers were submitted for the Navigations Seamanship Shiphandling Trainers program, the Defense Department said in its Wednesday contracts digest.

The solicitation released April 28 shows areas of service as including:

  • Modifications and upgrades to existing training systems
  • New training systems
  • Modification to existing databases
  • New database development
  • Training system technical support

Work will take place through December 2022.

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