WBB Helps CGI Win $143M to Support Army Training Centers and Schools

Whitney Bradley and Brown (WBB), as a subcontractor to CGI Federal Inc., was an instrumental partner in the award of a $143 million U.S Army training and doctrine command,  Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence contract to deliver a range of operational environment services across 12 task areas.

“The TRADOC G2 requires sophisticated capabilities in technology and training—rooted in deep mission understanding—in order to prepare soldiers for the complex operational environments they face today and tomorrow, ” said Gary Eisenmann.

Some of the areas where WBB will conduct work for TRADOC G2  include training operations management, support for Information, surveillance and reconnaissance integration, data analysis and modeling.

According to a company statement, the contract has a one-year base and two option years.

WBB’s work will support all TRADOC G2 major support organizations , centers of excellence, Army schools, and Army combat training centers will all be supported by the WBB contract.


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