7 Companies to Share in Potential $186M Army Medical Simulator Contract

The U.S. Army has chosen seven companies to supply patient and veterinary simulators under a potential five-year, $186 million shared contract.

Contractors will provide high-fidelity medical simulators to the Army’s Program Executive Office Simulation Training and Instrumentation, Defense Health Agency, Veterans Health Administration and other Defense Department components, DoD said Friday.

The Army received seven bids for the firm-fixed-price contract that runs through Dec. 14, 2022, and the service branch will determine performance locations and funds with each individual order.

Awardees are:

  • CAE
  • Innovative Tactical Training Solutions
  • Kforce Government Solutions
  • Laerdal Medical Corp.
  • Operative Experience
  • Simulaids
  • SynDaver Labs

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