ProSol Associates LLC, a small business based in Alexandria, Va., received a five-year contract to teach communications electronics at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and other Marine Corps installations. Local work is valued in the millions of dollars.

Some 30 percent of the contract will be performed at Camp Pendleton in San Diego’s North County.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has a maximum value of $23 million. The business received an initial task order worth $2.9 million and can expect other task orders in the future.

Under the professional services contract, ProSol will provide curriculum services in support of the Marine Corps Communication Electronic School.

Services include course instruction for approximately 57 information technology software programs; associated certification testing conducted by test administrators; curricula development for new courses as needed for communication systems; and curricula management to maintain and modify existing courses to ensure material is current with systems software and hardware configurations.

Four businesses bid on the contract.

The Marine Corps System Command of Quantico, Va. awarded the deal, announced July 21.

ProSol will also offer services in Alexandria, Jacksonville, N.C. and Okinawa, Japan.