Alion Gets $896M Task Order to Support Navy Integrated Training Environment; Steve Schorer Quoted

Alion Gets $896M Task Order to Support Navy Integrated Training Environment; Steve Schorer Quoted
Steve Schorer Chairman and CEO Alion

Alion Science and Technology has secured a potential five-year, $896M task order to provide the U.S. Navy with an integrated program that will deliver a multidomain live, virtual and constructive training platform across the service’s multiple locations.

The Navy Integrated Training Environment task order awarded through the SeaPort-NxG multiple-award contract has a one-year base period and four option years and covers operations and maintenance support services to the naval training enterprise, Alion said Thursday.

The company will also integrate the Southern California Offshore Range and the Navy Combined Tactical Training Range into the Navy Continuous Training Environment under the task order.

Steve Schorer, chairman and CEO of Alion and a previous Wash100 awardee, said the company has been supporting NCTE and the Navy Enterprise Tactical Training Network for more than two decades to help ensure battle readiness.

Schorer added that the award highlights the momentum Alion has towards delivering innovative technical platforms to support its client’s missions.

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