Government services provider Perspecta Inc. has been awarded an Other Transaction Agreement from the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command to deliver the Army Training Information System.
The 4-year, fixed-price award represents new work for the company with a total potential ceiling value of $237 million.
The company is committed to bringing the most innovative solutions to its customers to enable mission success, said Jeff Bohling, senior vice president of the defense group of Perspecta.
“This award is a testament to our success during Phase I of the program, and we look forward to bringing this new capability to life in support of the Army’s readiness goals,” he added.
The award for Phase II of the ATIS program includes the development, integration, delivery, operation and maintenance of an enterprise capability for Army training and education information. The Perspecta solution will consolidate 28 legacy systems and migrate data into a single-entry, integrated, cloud-based system.
Perspecta successfully completed Phase I of the ATIS program in 2019, delivering a prototype of its ATIS solution, which included Fox, a commercial-off-the-shelf software from Britannica Knowledge Systems. The Fox Training Management System is deployed in another Army command and in multiple enterprises where training is critical to the mission.