Kratos Receives C4ISR Training Support Multiple Award Contract

Kratos Receives C4ISR Training Support Multiple Award Contract

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US: Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has received an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) C4ISR Training Support Multiple Award Contract (MAC). The SSC Pacific C4ISR Training Support Contract, inclusive of all awarded contracts and ordering periods, has a total ceiling value of USD 35 million with a three-year ordering period. The award allows Kratos to compete for task orders across all manpower, personnel, and training functions associated with SPAWAR strategic programmes and product lines. This multiple award contract was designed to provide training support to SSC Pacific, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) and Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) in support of SPAWAR systems and products integrated on their platforms.

The C4ISR Training Support MAC will accommodate delivery of products and services to include all forms of training systems and solutions, including virtual training systems, simulators, interactive multimedia instruction, instructional system design, instructor-led training, blended learning solutions, and training assessments. The SSC Pacific C4ISR Training Support MAC also provides manpower, personnel and training technical support services to programmes within the SPAWAR enterprise. "This is a key contract vehicle for the Navy and provides new opportunity for us to demonstrate our total training capability across the aviation, surface, undersea and cross-warfare domains. This award builds on our other training-focused IDIQ awards, including NTPS, TDPC, and TSC III, placing Kratos in a dynamic position to reach strategic C4ISR programs across all Navy systems commands as well as all other armed services,” said Phil Carrai, President of Kratos Technology & Training Solutions.

Source: Kratos defense