Army Plans 3-Year Extension to Multiple-Award Training Support Contract

The U.S. Army has notified contractors of its intent to extend by three years a multiple-award procurement vehicle for contingency operations training services to military and civilian personnel.

A special notice posted Wednesday on SAM.gov says the Enterprise Training Services Contract would expire on June 18, 2023, under the extension plan.

The service awarded spots on the five-year, $2.4 billion ETSC vehicle in June 2018 to Applied Training Solutions, Calhoun International, Engineering and Computer Simulations, Lukos and VATC joint venture, PAE (now part of Amentum), Pulau, Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) and Trideum.

Nearly $600 million in task orders have been awarded to qualified contractors under the contract to date, the Army noted.

The branch added it does not have plans at the moment to issue a follow-on or a successor contract.

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