The U.S. Army is seeking information on potential vendors that could design and produce a system for military intelligence analysts and operator training.
A sources sought notice posted on SAM.gov says the service branch plans to issue a potential nine-year, $169 million contract for Intelligence Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer Increment 2 to sustain mission command and targeting skills.
The IEWTPT program looks to prepare personnel for missions involving signals, geospatial and human intelligence and electronic warfare.
Work under the effort’s potential contract would take place over a five-year base period with options to continue for up to four more years.
Stakeholders for the IEWTPT program include Program Executive Office Simulation, Training and Instrumentation; PEO Intelligence, EW and Sensors; Intelligence and Security Command; and the Intelligence Center of Excellence.
Interested parties may submit input through Nov. 24.