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  1. Col David A. Smith Program Manager Marine Corps System CommandProgram Manager Training Systems

  2. FY10 2 Awards $ 95M FY11 3 Awards $100M FY12 1 Award $ 15M FY13 3 Awards $147M Synopsis Forthcoming Competitive Awards * * Does not include unknown outyear customer requests

  3. Instrumented Tactical Engagement Simulation System Increment II (I-TESS II) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • I-TESS II is part of a family of systems that will incrementally replacing the Marine Corps’ Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) of 300 manworn company-level equipment sets and providing additional capabilities. The systems will be fielded to: Quantico, Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton, 29 Palms, Hawaii, and Okinawa. The I-TESS II system will be interoperable with I-TESS Increment I. • This acquisition will provide components and tracking capabilities of dismounted troops and vehicles in open terrain, MOUT environments and within structures including shoot-through-the-wall capabilities. The systems will also include the use of simulated minefields, chemical agent attacks, close air support, and artillery strikes. • This acquisition will include control guns, hand grenades, small arms transmitters for individual and crew-served weapons, Battlefield Effects Simulators integration devices, building instrumentation, mobile and portable C2 systems, building and MOUT facility modeling services, and exercise support. Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones 3rd Qtr FY 10 4th Qtr FY 10 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value to the Government • 1st Qtr FY11 to 4th Qtr FY16 Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $78M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • I-TESS Increment I – Saab Training USA 8 3

  4. Combat Vehicle Training Systems (CVTS) : AGTS-LAV Driver Trainers and AAV-Turret Trainer Weapons and Driver Station Upgrades Description / Summary of Program Requirements • The Combat Vehicle Training System provides gunnery and tactical training for the M1A1 Main Battle Tank, Light Armored Vehicle-25, and the Assault Amphibious Vehicle. The M1A1 and LAV-25 requirements are satisfied by the Advanced Gunnery Training System (AGTS). The AAV requirements are satisfied by the AAV-Turret Trainer (AAV-TT). The trainers provide crew member training to approved standards of combat skills and readiness. • This procurement will provide four driver simulators for the LAV community at School of Infantry (Camp Pendleton) and weapons (improved visual display and weapon handling) and driver stations (replicate form, fit, function of vehicles space, controls, and gauges) upgrades to the 16 existing AAV-TT’s (Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune, 29 Palms, Norfolk, VA, Hawaii, Okinawa, Gulfport, MS, Galveston, TX, Jacksonville, FL, and Tampa, FL). Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 4th Qtr FY10 to 1st Qtr FY12 3rd Qtr FY 10 4th Qtr FY 10 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $17M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • AGTS – Lockheed Martin (OEM) • AAV-TT – NAVAIR & TJ Inc (OEM)/AVT Sim (current OEM) 8 3

  5. Combined Arms Command & Control Training Upgrade System (CACCTUS) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • CACCTUS is a combined arms staff training system that, when fully fielded will enable comprehensive Marine Corps staff, unit, and team training both at home station Combined Arms Staff Training (CAST) facilities and through distributed training involving CAST facilities across the Marine Corps. CACCTUS is an upgrade to the USMC’s CAST that provides fire support training for the MAGTF elements up to and including the MEB level. • This procurement will provide software development and post deployment software support to provide annual software releases to the 5 CACCTUS sites (Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune, 29 Palms, Hawaii, and Okinawa). Software development consists of support for immersive company level operations center and small unit combined arms/fire training, providing additional digital C2 integration at the company level for digital reporting and combined arms coordination, and providing immersion of JTAC, JFO, and FO in immersive company level training. This effort includes initiation of CACCTUS interoperability with other Marine Corps simulations (i.e. VBS2, SAVT, CCS, CVTS, aviation platforms). Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 2nd Qtr FY11 to 2nd Atr FY17 1st Qtr FY 11 2nd Qtr FY 11 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $45M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Cole Engineering (OEM) 8 3

  6. West Region Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • The COMS program provides continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems including: simulation/training devices, live-fire ranges, MOUTS and other support. COMS provides this support via firm-fixed price performance based contracts with commercial contractors. The contractor is responsible for operating and maintaining various training devices, facilities and ranges within a geographical area in support of Marine Corps and other service requirements. Virtually all USMC units utilize COMS-supported ground warfare training devices/ranges at one time or another in preparation for deployment or in maintaining personnel/unit qualifications. • The West Region COMS contract provides support at Camp Pendleton, Hawaii, and Okinawa. Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 3rd Qtr FY11 to 3rd Qtr FY16 1st Qtr FY 11 3rd Qtr FY 11 RFP Contract Release Award • Small Business • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $30M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Proactive Technologies, L.L.C. 8 3

  7. Marine Corps Instrumentation Training System (MC-ITS) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • MC-ITS is an instrumentation training system capable of monitoring real time Live, Constructive and Virtual simulation exercises for the purpose of exercise control, data collection, analysis, and After Action Review. Data is collected while monitoring, controlling, and recording the force-on-force or force-on-target engagements that occur in the battlefield environment. • MC-ITS will be used for tracking G-PLI systems (IRSS, MDS, IGRS and I-TESS), video clips inputs from TVCS, tactical audio recordings from TACS, input battle roster/MSELS from RIPPLE, and exercise control for MC-TIED/T-CREW2 training events and After Action Review for Battalion sized elements and below. • The system will be fielded as a Platoon Set (70 entities), Company Set (700 entities), Battalion Set (3000 entities) and/or Regiment Set (8000+ entities). • Systems will be fielded to the following sites: Quantico, Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton, 29 Palms, Hawaii, and Okinawa. Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones (Production Phase) • 3rd Qtr FY11 to 3rd Qtr FY14 2nd Qtr FY 11 3rd Qtr FY 11 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $25M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Lockheed Martin Simulation • and Training Systems (LMSTS) 8 3

  8. Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • The Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) is a laptop PC based simulation system capable of emulating organic and supporting Infantry Battalion weapons systems and training scenarios to facilitate T&R based training. Its portable configuration allows Marines to train in areas where there are few options for training; garrison, aboard ship, at remote reserve locations, and deployed. DVTE training includes language and culture training, platoon and squad level tactics, employment of supporting arms, and various Recognition of Combatants (ROC) packages. • This procurement will provide software development and post deployment software support to provide annual software releases for Virtual Battlespace Two (VBS2), Combined Arms Network (CAN), and other software applications on DVTE. This development supports 348 fielded DVTE suites CONUS and OCONUS. Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 2nd Qtr FY12 to 2nd Qtr FY17 1st Qtr FY 12 2nd Qtr FY 12 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $15M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Bohemia (VBS2); Lockheed Martin (CAN) 8 3

  9. MAGTF (29 Palms) Region Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • The COMS program provides continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems including: simulation/training devices, live-fire ranges, MOUTS and other support as directed. COMS provides this support via firm-fixed price performance based contracts with commercial contractors. The contractor is responsible for operating and maintaining various training devices, facilities and ranges within a geographical area in support of Marine Corps and other service requirements. Virtually all USMC units utilize COMS-supported ground warfare training devices/ranges at one time or another in preparation for deployment or in maintaining personnel/unit qualifications. • The MAGTF Region COMS contract provides support at 29 Palms, Bridgeport CA, and Yuma, AZ. Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 1st Qtr FY13 to 1st Qtr FY18 • Small Business • Best Value 2nd Qtr FY 12 1st Qtr FY 13 RFP Contract Release Award Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $27M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Ahntech 8 3

  10. Advisor Training Cells (ATC) / Advisor Training Group (ATG) Subject Matter Experts Description / Summary of Program Requirements • Advisor Training support provides classroom, field and scenario-based training instruction and assessments based upon Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) and advisor lessons learned from the OIF/OEF theaters of operation. “Contractor” provided Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) / Instructors are provided to support all aspects of advisor training and assessment. The instruction imparts specific skills to the Military Advisor Team, other Advisors, and/or Individual Augmentees (IAs), as required. • Current SME skill sets are Weapons, Intelligence, Tactics, Advisor, Motorized Operations, Tactical Communications, Combat Emergency Med, Culture and Language, Customs-Border Patrol, Police and Fire. Annual SME hours are 2,500 per billet and the total number of SMEs is currently 76 as follows: Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 1st Qtr FY13 to 1st Qtr FY18 • Full and Open Competition • Best Value 2nd Qtr FY 12 1st Qtr FY 13 RFP Contract Release Award Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $45M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Cubic Applications, Inc. 8 3

  11. MAGTF Training Systems Support (MTSS) Description / Summary of Program Requirements • The MAGTF Training Systems Support (MTSS) services provide Pre-Deployment Training to USMC operating forces within the conduct of a Joint and combined environment to improve Marine warfighting skills. Realistic computer-based simulation training, Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) training, Combined Arms Staff training, and a Deployable Virtual Training Environment capability for individual Marines through senior Marine Corps commanders and their battle staffs, is provided at multiple CONUS and OCONUS sites. • Contractor SMEs support services include but are not limited to: supporting training events employing current fielded modeling and simulation systems; the operation of designated information systems (and follow on versions thereof); and the development of supporting training documentation and Plans of Instruction. Annual SME hours are 2,500 per billet and the total number of SMEs is currently 271 as follows: Acquisition Strategy Period of Performance Milestones • 1st Qtr FY12 to 1st Qtr FY18 2nd Qtr FY 12 1st Qtr FY 13 RFP Contract Release Award • Full and Open Competition • Best Value Current Contract / Original Developer / OEM (if recompete) Point of Contact Funding • $175M PM TRASYS Phone: 407 381-8762 Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil • Cubic Applications, Inc. 8 3

  12. Monitor https://www.neco.navy.mil/for announcementsQuestions?Contact PM TRASYSpmtrasys@usmc.mil407 381-8762