Raytheon-led team offers Army next-gen training support in ATMP bid
Raytheon Company of Waltham, MA announced on December 27 that it has submitted its proposal for the U.S. Army’s next-generation, global training support program.
The Raytheon project team consists of proven industry leaders CSRA, General Dynamics and Leidos, as well as 17 small, hub-zone, women, veteran and disabled-veteran-owned businesses. Today, Raytheon provides training in 127 countries and in 29 different languages.
Raytheon is offering InSITE, its mobile-enabled management information system. The Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulations and Simulators Maintenance Program calls for training support and sustainment services for more than 320,000 Army training devices and more than 90 digital ranges around the world. The goal: to help enable Army mission readiness.
ATMP is a competitive follow-on to the successful U.S. Army Warfighter FOCUS program. Awarded to Raytheon in 2007, WFF involved similar training and logistics work performed globally at more than 500 sites. Raytheon managed training support for almost every soldier around the world and saved the Army more than $400 million in training sustainment costs over eight years.
“Raytheon brings unmatched experience in maintaining and sustaining the US Army’s Combat Training Centers, Army training devices and ranges to help drive and enable readiness,” said Pete Vangjel, vice president of Raytheon’s Global Training Solutions business. “Along with that experience, we bring the Army the best the industry has to offer with the lowest-risk and most cost-effective approach.”