Navy chooses five companies for Generic Reconfigurable Training Systems

ORLANDO, Fla., 14 Sept. 2005. U.S. Navy officials are awarding contracts to five companies to develop software for the Generic Reconfigurable Training Systems.

ORLANDO, Fla., 14 Sept. 2005. U.S. Navy officials are awarding contracts to five companies to develop software for the Generic Reconfigurable Training Systems.

Companies chosen are:

-- RDR Inc. in Centreville, Va., (contract number N61339-05-D-0029);
-- Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems Inc. in Reston, Va., (contract number N61339-05-D-0027);
-- ACI Inc. in Arlington, Va., (contract number N61339-05-D-0030);
-- BMH Associates Inc. in Norfolk, Va. (contract number N61339-05-D-0031); and
-- Manufacturing Engineering Systems Inc. in Beltsville, Md. (contract number N61339-05-D-0028).

Each company won a maximum $45 million contract for software application development for Generic Reconfigurable Training Systems. The five contractors will have a fair opportunity to compete for individual task orders.

RDR will perform work under its contract in Pensacola, Fla., Orlando, Fla., and Centerville, Va.; Northrop Grumman will perform work in Middletown, R.I.; CACI will perform work in Fairborn, Ohio and Orlando, Fla.; BMH Associates will perform work in Norfolk, Va., and Orlando, Fla.; and Manufacturing Engineering Systems will perform work in Beltsville, Md.

These contracts are expected to be completed in September 2010. Awarding the contracts was the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando, Fla.

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