The U.S. Army has started its market research for the second iteration of an indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery contract for individual and collective mission command training support at various military facilities within and outside the continental U.S.
A notice posted Monday on SAM.gov says the Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support II procurement vehicle has a ceiling value of $950 million.
The MTCCS II program will include support for computer-based live, virtual, constructive and gaming simulation exercises in areas such as leadership training and development, integrated warfighter operations, security and facilities management.
Services are intended to address training requirements at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Joint Base San Antonio, Army National Guard facilities, Joint Multinational Simulations Center – Indo Pacific and JMSC – Europe.
The Army plans to issue a sources sought notice later this month.
Applied Training Solutions, Capstone, Cubic (NYSE: CUB), General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), Trideum, Yorktown Systems Group hold positions on the MTCCS contract announced in November 2017.