Northrop Grumman awarded $9 million contract by Army

This morning, it was announced that the U.S. Army’s Constructive Simulations Division has contracted Northrop Grumman to the tune of $9 million over the three years. The agreement calls for the company to provide program management, training, testing, information technology and field support to its Tactical Simulation (TACSIM) program, which is the prime intelligence simulation for the Army as well as the joint services.

Northrop Grumman developed and has supported TACSIM for more than 20 years, and under the terms of this contract, will continue to support the program at its main location in Orlando in addition 10 other sites across the globe.

“We have many years of experience supporting high fidelity simulations and we continue to apply the latest technologies to intelligence training, ” said Northrop Grumman Technical Services TACSIM program manager Dave Guerrero. “We will continue to provide superior program performance to the Army and the joint community for many years to come.”

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