Army Issues Small Biz Solicitation for $135M Simulation Tech R&D IDIQ

NavyC4ISRThe U.S. Army is seeking industry proposals for a five-year, $135 million small business set-aside program to develop simulation and training systems for warfighters.

The multiple-award contract will cover work to help the military branch research, build and demonstrate technologies for creating synthetic natural environments and simulating medical scenarios, the Army said Friday in a FedBizOpps solicitation notice.

Contractors would also explore dismounted, embedded and advanced distributed combat training tools through the program.

The contract will have one base year and four option years and the branch wants small business teams who can perform at least 50 percent of the required work.

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