The Army has awarded San Diego-based SGIS a contract for work with training simulators, a deal that could last through 2013 and be worth $14.5 million.
SGIS, which announced the deal Dec. 6, will provide operation, maintenance and logistics support for artillery and chemical simulators at eight Army bases in the United States, Germany and South Korea. SGIS and its team will provide engineering, repairs, equipment, facilities, testing, technical, management, logistics and clerical support. Part of the deal calls on SGIS to provide computer equipment for record keeping.
The contract comes from the Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation, based in Orlando, Fla. Pulau Electronics Corp. of Orlando will be a subcontractor on the project.
, Brad Graves