Jacobs to Provide Instructors Under $785M Army Contract

Jacobs Engineering Group‘s technology business (NYSE: JEC) has won a potential seven-year, $785M contract to provide instructors for the U.S. Army.

Army Contracting Command received six proposals for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract and will assign work locations and obligate funds upon award of each task order, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Contract work is expected to conclude on March 14, 2026.

The instructors will primarily support the Army Intelligence Center of Excellence at Fort Huachuca in Arizona, which serves as the service’s intelligence training institution, and will provide performance-oriented training using Training and Doctrine Command’s programs of instruction, according to the performance work statement.

The company will provide support for three higher level tasks: training; training development and training support.

The service also outlined its requirements for personnel management; security; business relations; financial management and contract administration; manpower reporting; phase out and closeout; and accidents and incidents under the Huachuca Training and Support Contract.

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