Booz Allen wins U.S. Army training support contract

MCLEAN, Va., 9 Aug. 2011. Booz Allen Hamilton won a U.S. Army Training Support Center (ATSC) prime contract to provide mission support services to organizations in the Training Support System (TSS) Enterprise. The company employs live, virtual, and constructive simulation in the development and delivery of training policy and programs. The TSS Enterprise manages Army ranges, land assets, and training support across the Army's emerging live, virtual, constructive, and gaming domains employed for military simulation and training applications.

Aug 9th, 2011

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

MCLEAN, Va., 9 Aug. 2011. Booz Allen Hamilton won a U.S. Army Training Support Center (ATSC) prime contract to provide mission support services to organizations in the Training Support System (TSS) Enterprise. The company employs live, virtual, and constructive simulation in the development and delivery of training policy and programs. The TSS Enterprise manages Army ranges, land assets, and training support across the Army's emerging live, virtual, constructive, and gaming domains employed for military simulation and training applications.

Booz Allen will support five functional areas: the Sustainable Range Program, which includes Integrated Training Area Management; the Soldier Training Support Program; the Mission Command Training Center Support Program; the Training Development Support Program; and the Combat Training Center Support Program. These areas deliver Army training capabilities, including battle command training centers, ranges, instrumentation, support centers, services, personnel, facilities, and training aids, devices, simulators, and simulations (TADSS).

Booz Allen personnel will have the opportunity to work with the range of organizations that manage and execute the Army's TSS programs, including Headquarters, Department of the Army, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Executive Agents, Executing and Supported Commands, and TSS Combat Developers.

Booz Allen is among three other contractors awarded indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts totaling $490.9 million, and having a one-year base period and four option years.


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