Riptide Software has won a potential six-year, $103.2M contract to help the U.S. Army update a computer generated forces technology designed to simulate missions, control processes and systems from an individual military platform and combatant.
Army Contracting Command received three bids for the One Semi-Automated Forces support program and the military service will determine funds and locations upon issuance of task orders, the Department of Defense said Thursday.
OneSAF is designed to represent ground warfare, mission command, aviation and combat support and service, according to a FedBizOpps summary,
The Army received three offers for the contract through online solicitation and issued the award as a Total Small Business Set-aside, according to a According to a FedBizOpps summary.
The goal of the project is to modernize and maintain the OneSAF software product line to ensure maximum utilization of the system across the Army, other defense agencies and multiple industry, foreign military sales and academic users.
Oviedo, Fla.-based Riptide offers computer systems and software engineering, e-learning and program management services to military training programs.