TechTrans International Wins $231M Army Training Support Contract

Jeff Brody

TechTrans International will provide non-personal services intended to help the U.S. Army address training requirements under a potential $231.3M contract.

Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command received seven bids for the contract that covers training event planning, coordination and logistical tasks, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The service branch will assign performance locations and obligate funds per order.

Contract work is projected to conclude by Aug. 31, 2025.

Houston-based TechTrans holds ISO certification and offers language training, project management, technical translation and travel logistics services.

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