[Dayton, OH ... 22 August 2010] – A team led by Parsons, including Calytrix Technologies, has been awarded a contract by the Department of the Army to support the U.S. Army Training Support Systems (TSS) program. This indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract will provide support to Soldiers in the Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming (LVC&G) training domains at installations and locations in the United States and overseas.
Under this IDIQ contract, Parsons and its team will provide the Department of the Army with program management, technical and analytical services, training, and training support services for the Sustainable Range Program, the Combat Training Center Modernization Program, the Mission Command Training Program, the Soldier Training Support Program, and the Training Development Support Program. These programs include the full spectrum of support to the Warfighter, from modernizing, operating, and maintaining ranges and training lands; to individual and small unit live and virtual collective training and exercise support; to the use of gaming and games in training. The latter two areas are Calytrix’s areas of expertise.
Shawn Parr, Calytrix’s CEO, said, "For the past several years, Calytrix has been delivering our Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming based training products to the US Army. We look forward to greater application of LVC&G on the US Army’s TSS program."
More information about Calytrix is available at www.calytrix.com.
More information about Parsons is available at www.parsons.com.