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Army Issues Updated Statement of Work for $957M Cyber TRIDENT Training Contract

Jeff Brody

The U.S. Army has released its updated statement of work for a potential $957M contract vehicle for cyber training services in support of the Persistent Cyber Training Environment.

A notice posted Monday on the beta SAM website says the project manager for cyber test and training wants potential vendors to provide management, evolution and maintenance support to PCTE through the Cyber Training, Readiness, Integration, Delivery and Enterprise Technology contract.

Those services include Agile development and delivery systems engineering processes; platform architecture and product management; development and automation; onsite and remote support; PCTE infrastructure tool management; software and hardware infrastructure management; and license management.

The SOW also details requirements for program management, DevOps processes, operations, cybersecurity, logistics and training in support of the PCTE platform.

The service branch also posted on the website SOWs for PCTE infrastructure and maintenance, integration factor and platform capability production delivery orders under the Cyber TRIDENT contract.

The Army will hold an industry day on Dec. 2.

Fifth Domain reported a final request for proposals is expected to be released in March for the Cyber TRIDENT contract, which could be awarded in late 2020.

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