Four companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $249 million contract to design, build, test, manufacture and deploy virtual training platforms for the U.S. Marine Corps.
Ahtna Logistics, Guard Unit, Hatalom and Shock Stream will compete for task orders under the multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to produce equipment for USMC training and simulation programs, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The IDIQ has a five-year base value of $124.5 million and will reach its potential value if all options are exercised.
Marine Corps Systems Command received five offers for the Equipment Related Services Contractor Operator and Maintenance Services-Systems program.
The COMS-S contract will include sustainment work on multiple systems that are not intended for live-fire training such as combat vehicle training systems, indoor simulated marksmanship trainers, convoy simulators and underwater egress trainers.
Fifty-five percent of contract work will occur in Quantico, Virginia, and the remaining 45 percent will take place in North Carolina, California and Japan.