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Davis Defense Group Secures Potential $95M Navy IDIQ for Distance Ed Professional Support

training, computerDavis Defense Group has landed a potential five-year, $95 million contract from the U.S. Navy for professional services in support of the Marine Corps College of Distance Education and Training’s Distance Professional Military Education programs.

The Defense Department said Tuesday DDG will provide CDET administrative, engineering, instructional, editorial, multimedia, program management and student service support and supply instructional technology and subject matter experts.

DoD said Marine Corps Systems Command will obligate $16 million from fiscal 2016 U.S. Marine Corps operations and maintenance funds for work to be conducted in Quantico, Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton, Pensacola, Miramar, Fort Worth, Hawaii and Okinawa, Japan, through July 2021.

CDET works to design, develop, deliver, evaluate and manage distance learning products and programs to drive operational readiness in the Marine Corps.

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