Cubic Corp. said on Nov. 4 that it received a task order contract from the U.S. Army that could be worth more than $15 million.
Under the deal, Kearny Mesa-based Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will provide services at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Mission Training Complex near Tacoma, Wash., as well as other locations.
The training will include computer-game-like simulations.
The task order includes a transition period, one base year and two single-year options. Cubic Applications’ Operations Support and Education Group, based in Virginia, will take the lead on the contract.
The award follows news of a U.S. Marine Corps contract win. On Oct. 29, Cubic said that it received a three-year, $46.5 million deal to provide the Marines with training systems support. Cubic will manage the program from its Cubic Applications facility in Orlando, Fla. The Marine Corps Systems Command awarded the deal.