Cubic Corp. said Jan. 4 that it won a three-year, $15 million task order to support U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command exercises. Under the deal, Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will help plan, prepare and execute activities as well as provide after-event assessment.
According to Cubic, the Army plans to “explore complex strategic and operational challenges, identify issues and explore solutions critical to current and future development.” Part of one program, called Unified Quest, helps senior Army leaders make decisions “using a variety of realistic mid- to long-range strategic settings to develop or examine a broad set of ideas about future conflict that could impact the Army.”
Cubic’s four subcontractors on the project are Abrams Learning and Information Systems Inc.; J.L. Marshall and Associates; Virginia Modeling and Simulation Center; and Infinite Services and Solutions Inc.
Cubic Corp. is based in Kearny Mesa and splits its business between defense contracting and technology for mass-transit systems.