Engility Awarded $35 million contract to support C4I training for US Navy
Engility Holdings, Inc. announced March 24 that it has been awarded a $34.9 million contract to support tactical warfare training for Pacific Theater forces. The Chantilly, VA-based company will develop and execute simulation-based war games that will support training for the Tactical Training Group Pacific, Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific and Tactical Training Group Pacific Detachment, Yokosuka, Japan.
Under this contract, Engility will develop scenarios, configure training spaces and replicate world environments through Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems. The modeling and simulation systems include: Joint Semi Automated Forces (JSAF) and Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Tactical Warfare Simulation. Specifically, Engility will configure and manage databases, interfaces between the simulations, networks and C4I systems. During war game execution, Engility also conducts role-playing with the forces and interacts with the training audience.
“This is Engility’s most significant war gaming support contract,” said Engility President and CEO Tony Smeraglinolo. “This win is a result of our team’s outstanding past performance combined with a 27-year relationship with the Navy’s Pacific Fleet.”
Work under this cost plus fixed-fee award, which represents a continuation of existing work, will be performed over one base and four option years and will be performed at Point Loma, CA, Coronado, CA, and Yokosuka, Japan.
Source: Engility Holdings, Inc.