By Light Subsidiary Wins $958M Army Cyber Training Support Contract

A By Light Professional IT Services subsidiary has won a potential eight-year, $957.74 million contract to help the U.S. Army develop and maintain a cyber training system.

Cole Engineering Services Inc. will work to provide the Army a platform to train service personnel in cyber operations and provide “blue team” support under the firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Five bids were submitted to Army Contracting Command via an online solicitation process. The branch expects contract work to conclude on Nov. 29, 2029.

Orlando, Florida-based CESI won a separate contract in June worth potentially $192.6 million to create simulation and management software for the branch’s Synthetic Training Environment program.

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