Bill Toti: Cubic-Led Team Wins Anti-WMD Training Work With DTRA

Bill Toti
Bill Toti

A business unit of Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will lead a cross-sector team to provide support services for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency‘s training, exercise, capability assessment and capacity development programs under a potential $500 million contract.

Cubic said Wednesday its mission support services segment will work with 13 partners to support DTRA’s mission to combat weapons of mass destruction such as chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosives.

“Cubic is excited to partner with DTRA to … mitigate threats and keep warfighters and citizens safe, ” said Bill Toti, president of Cubic MSS.

Cubic’s Bill Magill will serve as program manager for the team that includes partners:

  • Ascenttra
  • Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC)
  • Harkcon
  • Helios Global
  • ISSI
  • ITA International
  • Louisiana State University
  • Marton Technologies
  • Obsidian Solutions Group
  • Strategic Operations Solutions
  • Tatitlek
  • Tech62
  • TMC

Cubic said it will also support DTRA’s Building Partnerships Division as part of the contract, which runs through July 2024.

The team will perform contract work at Cubic’s operations support and education group facility in Virginia and in other locations worldwide.

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