KeyW Holding has secured a new multi-million dollar task order to deliver global support for the US Army intelligence training systems.
The company has been selected as Lockheed Martin’s subcontractor under the US Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program (ATMP) contract.
Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO-STRI) serves as the primary customer for the new project.
The six-year order has been awarded to KeyW in the first quarter of the company’s current fiscal year.
Under the current deal, the US-based company will be committed to supporting soldier and constructive intelligence systems, army training aids, devices, and simulators.
This will provide the service with high reliability to the army intelligence training systems, which include common battle command simulations equipment, intelligence and electronic warfare tactical proficiency trainer, as well as live, virtual, constructive integrated architecture.
Other training services include military strategic and tactical relay, joint surveillance targeting attack radar system, and distributed common ground system.
KeyW Holding Corporate Strategy and Business Development executive vice-president Kirk Herdman said: “KeyW is excited to partner with Lockheed Martin to expand our ongoing support to the US Army.
“We look forward to applying our mission understanding and technical expertise to help advance army modelling, simulation and training capabilities.”
KeyW is a national security solutions provider for the intelligence, cyber and counterterrorism sectors. The company helps support the collection, processing, analysis and distribution of data across the full spectrum of its missions.