Army Picks 5 Firms for Security Assistance Training Services Under $249M FMS Deal

Five companies have won spots on a potential five-year, $249 million contract from the U.S. Army to support the military branch’s security assistance training programs in seven countries.

The Defense Department said Thursday that American Systems, Integration Innovation, Mag DS, Resicum International and Special Applications Group will provide support services to the Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization under the foreign military sales contract.

The Army Contracting Command received 12 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract via the internet and will provide funds and performance locations with each order.

Work will occur in Afghanistan, Croatia, Greece, Indonesia, Iraq, Tunisia and Turkey through May 13, 2022.

USASATMO oversees the Army Materiel Command’s Security Assistance Enterprise training programs and helps the service branch prepare, form, deploy and sustain continental U.S.-based security assistance teams worldwide.

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