The U.S. Army has added BKM IDS as an awardee on a potential $2.41 billion contract vehicle to provide support services to the National Cyber Range Complex.
The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract includes work to plan events, operate and modernize ranges, manage technologies and secure sites, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
Fourteen companies were initially selected to compete for task orders under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract in July.
DOD’s Test Resource Management Center is establishing NCRC facilities in Florida, South Carolina and Maryland to host large-scale T&E, mission rehearsal and training activities for the cyber mission force.
Army Contracting Command received 29 bids for the contract.