McLean, Virginia-based systems integrator OST has received a $97.4 million contract modification from the U.S. Army for extended delivery of systems engineering and technical assistance services to the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation.
According to a SAM.gov notice on Thursday, the award enabled the ordering period for services to potentially run until Nov. 9, 2025, and raised the total contract value to $435.4 million.
Services under the follow-on SETA contract include administrative support, vision statements and doctrine; development of architectures; program support; and subject matter expertise on military tactics, techniques, and procedures.
The Department of Defense said each order will determine work locations and funding. The modification has a one-year base ordering period and another year for extension option, which will only be exercised to ensure a smooth transition to the SETA III award.
In 2017, OST won the SETA II contract.