US Army awards Leidos a $22Mn contract for simulation and training systems 51901163

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US Army awards Leidos a $22Mn contract for simulation and training systems
Leidos, a global science and technology company, was awarded a prime contract by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office – Simulation, Training and Instrumentation. The single-award cost-plus fixed-fee indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity delivery order has a one-year period of performance and a total contract value of approximately $22 million. The delivery order was awarded under the Synthetic Environment Core (SE Core) Common Virtual Environment Management (CVEM) contract. Work will be performed primarily in Orlando, Fla.
US Army awards Leidos a 22Mn contract for simulation and training systems 640 001Leidos SE Core (Synthetic Environment Core) provides correlated, geospatial terrain databases for U.S. Army simulators, simulations and training systems to support the execution of combined arms and joint training, mission planning, and rehearsals at homestation and deployed locations. It ensures virtual compatibility with all live, constructive and gaming systems. (Photo Leidos)
The U.S. Army's SE Core CVEM program provides simulations with the ability to fully integrate and interoperate within live, virtual, constructive and gaming training domains to ensure the "Fair Fight". Under the delivery order, Leidos will continue to provide comprehensive, consistent, and seamless terrain data and battlefield equipment representations to support effective and realistic training environments for a broad range of simulation systems.

"We're excited to continue to provide a full range of innovative and flexible simulation technology using our extensive expertise in system engineering, software signal and image processing, and custom system integration," said Leidos Advanced Solutions Group President, Mike Chagnon. "We are dedicated to providing simulation technology that enables warfighters to train for ever-changing missions in global environments."