Army Releases Final RFP for $958M Cyber Training Environment Support Contract

Army Releases Final RFP for $958M Cyber Training Environment Support Contract

The U.S. Army is looking for a contractor to further develop, integrate and maintain the service branch’s enterprise Persistent Cyber Training Environment through a potential $957.7M award.

The Army said in a notice posted Thursday on the beta SAM website the Cyber Training, Readiness, Integration, Delivery and Enterprise Technology contract covers lifecycle optimization services for the PCTE system, which supports cyber training initiatives under the Department of Defense as well as state and local governments.

PCTE is intended to handle experimentations, mission rehearsals, cyberspace training and certifications in addition to supporting the development and assessment of future DoD technologies.

Work under Cyber TRIDENT includes the installation of third-party technologies, system management, interoperability support and DevOps-based development activities.

The Army released the draft request for proposals for the award in March.

Responses to the final RFP are due on Aug. 6.

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