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25 Contractors Win Spots on $21B Air Force Training Systems IDIQ

ContractThe U.S. Air Force has awarded positions on a $20.9 billion multiple-award contract to 25 companies to support warfighter training systems at USAF operating locations globally.

The Defense Department said Tuesday contractors will compete for individual orders to perform design, development, production, installation, analysis, integration, test and sustainment services under USAF’s Training Systems Acquisition III program.

Twenty bids were submitted for the TSA III contract vehicle’s full and open competition and another 21 proposals for the partial small business set-aside portion.

The program has a 10-year ordering period that runs through August 2025 and the military service will obligate $1, 000 to each awardee at the time of award.

Large business awardees are:

  • AAI
  • Boeing (NYSE: BA)
  • Camber
  • Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC)
  • Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB)
  • Flight Safety Services
  • L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL)
  • LB&B Associates
  • Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)
  • Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC)
  • Raytheon (NYSE: RTN)

Small business awardees are:

  • Aero Simulation
  • Aerospace Training Systems Partners
  • Aviation Training Consulting
  • Bowhead Systems Management
  • CTE Joint Venture
  • CymSTAR
  • Delaware Resource Group
  • DL PI
  • Fidelity Technologies
  • Logistics Services International
  • Nakuuruq Solutions
  • Nova Technologies
  • Quadrant Training Solutions

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