Engility Holdings, Inc., a Virginia-based federal contractor, will provide all personnel and services for the Army’s Korea Battle Simulation Center through a single-award contract. Engility will support mission training areas such as exercise planning and execution, and over-the-shoulder training.
“We are very proud to have the opportunity to work with the U.S. Army and the KBSC,” said Tony Smeraglinolo, president and CEO. “As a new, stand-alone company, this is an important achievement in Engility’s effort to be the best government services provider.”
Smeraglinolo added, “The KBSC provides unique training capabilities and is a key component of the United States pacific engagement strategy and the United States/Republic of Korea strategic alliance. We are committed to supporting its mission to provide the force with a realistic, immersive and integrated training environment for full spectrum operations.”
If all options are used, the company will earn $69 million over four years.