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1 Business Opportunities Update MARINE CORPS SYSTEM COMMAND Combined Professional Associations Group Briefing – 11 Jan 2013

2 FY13 – Business Opportunities 2 nd Qtr FY 10 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY 10 RFP Release Base period plus any planned options ProgramFunding Status DVTE - CANCELLED$10MDraft RFP Released FCCT Technical Refresh$19MFull and Open Competition Improved Moving Target Simulator (IMTS) $6MFull and Open Competition Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer (ISMT) $13M to $50M Full and Open Competition Range Training Systems (Targets)$30MFull and Open Competition Atmospherics – CANCELLED$39MSmall Business Competition Security Cooperation - CANCELLED $42M Amended RFP Release Small Business Competition West Coast Training Systems Support (TSS) $50MSmall Business Competition MTSS$99MFull and Open Competition

3 FY14 – Business Opportunities Program FundingStatus 29 Palms TSS - COMBINED WITH WEST COAST TSS $17MSmall Business Competition Virtual TSS$24MSmall Business Competition 29 Palms Role Players$99M8(a) Competition Home Station Role Players- CANCELLED $99M8(a) Competition East Coast TSS$20MSmall Business Competition

4 Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) is a laptop PC based simulation system capable of emulating organic and supporting Infantry Battalion weapons systems and training scenarios to facilitate T&R based training. Its portable configuration allows Marines to train in areas where there are few options for training; garrison, aboard ship, at remote location, and deployed. DVTE training includes language and culture training, platoon and squad level tactics, employment of support arms, and various Recognition of Combatants (ROC packages). This procurement will provide software development and post deployment software support to provide annual software releases for Virtual Battlespace Two (VBS2), Combined Arms Network (CAN), and other software applications on DVTE. This development supports 348 fielded DVTE suites CONUS and OCONUS. Funding constraints have led to the re-prioritization of DVTE software development and maintenance efforts. As a result, the scope of the requirement has been significantly reduced. PM TRASYS is pursuing the use of DOD Warfare Centers to fulfill the abridged DVTE. 4 th Qtr FY12 Contract Award 3 rd Qtr FY12 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 4 th Qtr FY12 to 4 th Qtr FY15 PMTRASYS Phone: $10M Bohemia (VBS2); Lockheed Martin (CAN)

5 Family of Combat Convoy Trainers (FCCT) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Family of Combat Convoy Trainers (FCCT) consists of Combat Convoy Simulator (CCS) and Virtual Combat Convoy Trainer / Reconfigurable Vehicle Simulator (VCCT/RVS). The FCCT facilitates training for convoy tactics, techniques and procedures, use of weapons in compliance with the rules of engagement, and verification and validation of unit standard operating procedures. This procurement will provide a complete technical refresh and upgrade of hardware and software components to all FCCT devices; transition the VCCT/RVS and CCS into a single FCCT hardware and software baseline; integrate Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) requirements into the FCCT baseline; integrate After Action Review room capability at the respective CCS facilities; enhance terrain databases to maximize FCCT system performance based on new image generators; and update training materials and technical data packages to reflect upgrades to the FCCT capabilities and system architecture. 4 th Qtr FY13 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Full and Open Competition Best Value - Tradeoff 4 th Qtr FY13 to 2 nd Qtr FY15 PMTRASYS Phone: : $19M Lockheed Martin

6 Improved Moving Target Simulator (IMTS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Improved Moving Target Simulator (IMTS) is an immersive, domed trainer, which provides Marines the ability to identify, acquire, track and destroy targets individually or simultaneously At present the training systems utilized in support of these requirements are in a degraded state and in need of replacement to meet existing training requirements. This procurement is in support of these and newly documented training requirements, which call for a more robust training environment to include expanded libraries of fixed and rotary wing aircraft, manned and unmanned aircraft, cruise missiles, weather conditions, various counter measures and scenarios. 3 rd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Full and Open Competition Best Value – Tradeoff 3 rd Qtr FY13 to 3 rd Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $6M AAI AEgis InterSense

7 Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer (ISMT) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer (ISMT) is an interactive audio/video weapons simulator that provides enhanced marksmanship training, weapons employment training, and tactical decision making training for a variety of individual and crew-served weapons. This procurement will provide upgraded and more compatible ISMT systems to fulfill an immediate need to provide necessary simulated weapons training in environments where live fire is not possible due to resource availability or physical constraint. The new systems will replace the older systems at various locations throughout the Marine Corps Reserve (MFR). 4 th Qtr FY13 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Full and Open Competition Best Value - Tradeoff IDIQ 4 th Qtr FY13 to 4 th Qtr FY18 PMTRASYS Phone: $13M to $50M Meggit Training Systems

8 Range Training Systems (Targets) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Marine Corps has a current operational requirement to modernize its Range Training Systems with various types of automated and non automated target equipment and simulators. The contractor shall perform productions test, installation, and delivery of the Range Training System (RTS). The contractor shall perform a mix of systems and logistics engineering, design, development and systems integration, and training and installation of the RTS. 3 rd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Full and Open Competition Best Value - Tradeoff IDIQ 3 rd Qtr FY13 to 3 rd Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $30M SAAB Training USA

9 Atmospherics Description/Summary of Program Requirements The United States Marine Corps (USMC) has an enduring requirement to enhance and upgrade existing and future USMC Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT); Home Station Training (HST) areas and other Ranges. Currently, the existing MOUT and planned HST area facilities and surrounding range areas are void of cultural realism. Generally, MOUT and HST buildings and walls have similar facades and lack the real world exteriors, interiors, and surrounding areas representative of realistic foreign urban areas needed for vital and realistic mission rehearsals. This project is designed to simulate a future or current deployable urban environment and support the war fighting skills and improve training opportunities for Marine, tenants, and joint service units aboard USMC ranges. This procurement will continue to provide the necessary realistic foreign urban area atmospherics prop like items (furniture, faux foodstuffs, ersatz crops, billboards, courtyard walls, and mud brick façade) so that Marines can immerse themselves in the cultural realism of any given environment during their training exercises. 3 rd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 1 st Qtr FY13 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value – Low Price, Technically Acceptable IDIQ 3 rd Qtr FY13 to 3 rd Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $39M Strategic Operations (STOP)

10 Security Cooperation - Advisor Training Cells (ATC) – Advisor Training Group (ATG) Subject Matter Experts Description/Summary of Program Requirements Advisor Training support provides classroom, field and scenario-based training instruction and assessments based upon Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) and advisor lessons learned from the OIF/OEF theaters of operation. Contractor provided Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) / Instructors are provided to support all aspects of advisor training and assessment. The instruction imparts specific skills to the Military Advisor Team, other Advisors, and/or Individual Augmentees (IAs), as required. Current SME skill sets are Weapons, Intelligence, Tactics, Advisor, Motorized Operations, Tactical Communications, Combat Emergency Med, Culture and Language, Customs-Border Patrol, Police and Fire. 2 nd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 4 th Qtr FY12 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Low Price, Technically Acceptable 3 rd Qtr FY13 to 3 rd Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $42M Cubic Applications, Inc. (CONUS) Mobius Industries USA, Inc. (OCONUS)

11 West Coast Training Systems Support (TSS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The TSS program provides continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems including: simulation/training devices, live-fire ranges, Combat Training Environments (CTE) and other service support. TSS provides this support via firm-fixed price performance based contracts with commercial contractors. The contractor is responsible for operating and maintaining various training devices, facilities and ranges within a geographical area in support of the Marine Corps and other services. Nearly all USMC units utilize TSS for ground warfare training devices/ranges at one time or another in preparation for deployment or in maintaining personnel/unit qualifications. The current West Coast TSS contract provides support at Camp Pendleton, CA; Hawaii, and Okinawa. The recompete will include all 29 Palms TSS locations and RTISS at those locations as well. 1 st Qtr FY14 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 2 nd Qtr FY14 to 2 nd QTR FY17 PMTRASYS Phone: $50M ProActive Technologies, L.L.C..

12 MAGTF Training Systems Support (MTSS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The MAGTF Training Systems Support (MTSS) services provide Pre-Deployment Training to USMC operating forces within the conduct of a Joint and combined environment to improve Marine warfighting skills. Realistic computer-based simulation training, Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) training, Combined Arms Staff training, and a Deployable Virtual Training Environment capability for individual Marines through senior Marine Corps commanders and their battle staffs, is provided at multiple CONUS and OCONUS sites. Contractor SMEs support services include but are not limited to: supporting training events employing current fielded modeling and simulation systems; the operation of designated information systems (and follow on versions thereof); and the development of supporting training documentation and Plans of Instruction. 1 st Qtr FY14 Contract Award 2 nd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Full and Open Competition Best Value - Tradeoff 1 st Qtr FY14 to 1 st Qtr FY17 PMTRASYS Phone: : $99M Cubic Applications, Inc.

13 29 Palms Training Systems Support (TSS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The TSS program provides continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems including: simulation/training devices, live-fire ranges, Combat Training Environments (CTE) and other service support. TSS provides this support via firm-fixed price performance based contracts with commercial contractors. The contractor is responsible for operating and maintaining various training devices, facilities and ranges within a geographical area in support of the Marine Corps and other services. Nearly all USMC units utilize TSS for ground warfare training devices/ranges at one time or another in preparation for deployment or in maintaining personnel/unit qualifications. The MAGTF Region TSS contract provides support at 29 Palms CA, Bridgeport CA, and Yuma, AZ. 3 rd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 4 th Qtr FY12 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value – Tradeoff 4 th Qtr FY13 to 4 th Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $17M Ahntech, Inc.

14 Virtual Training Systems Support (TSS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The Virtual TSS program will provide continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems to include various types of simulators/training devices and other support as directed. The Virtual TSS contract will provide this support via firm-fixed price, performance based contracts with commercial vendors. The contractor shall be responsible for operating and maintaining these simulators/training devices both CONUS and OCONUS in support of Marine Corps and other Service training requirements. The Virtual TSS contract will provide support at the following locations: CPCA; Kaneohe Bay, Hi; CLNC; 29 Palms, CA; Okinawa, Japan and other Military locations 3 rd Qtr FY14 Contract Award 4 th Qtr FY13 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 3 rd Qtr FY14 to 3 rd Qtr FY17 PMTRASYS Phone: $24M Tatitlek Training Services, Inc. Raytheon Droidan, Inc

15 MCAGCC 29 Palms Role Players Description/Summary of Program Requirements This effort will provide USMC Home Station Training Role Players at MCAGCC 29 Palms. It will require the employment of role players (RPs) to act as Foreign Language Specialists (FLS) and Civilians On The Battlefield (COB), insurgents, terrorists, and other personnel encountered in the intended theater of operations; as well as the replication of battlefield effects and inclusion of props. This training supports TECOM directed Pre-Deployment Training Program (PTP) and Alternate Training Venues for Commanders Role Playing efforts allow Marines to interact with culturally correct personnel during training. Exercise Planning tools are currently in development by the Range Modernization and Transformation program that will additionally track second and third order effects of interactions with role players there by adding even more depth to their present roles. These efforts help Marines better understand small and large cause-and effect relationships in operations and reinforce all aspects of cultural training delivered by other training venues 1st Qtr FY14 Contract Award 3rd Qtr FY13 RFP Release 8(a) Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 1 st Qtr FY14 to 4th Qtr FY17 PMTRASYS Phone: $99M Tatitlek

16 Home Station Role Players Description/Summary of Program Requirements This effort will provide USMC Home Station and Infantry Immersion Training (IIT) Role Player support to Camp Lejeune, NC; MCB Quantico, VA; Camp Pendleton, CA; and MCB Hawaii. It will require the employment of role players (RPs) to act as Foreign Language Specialists (FLS) and Civilians On The Battlefield (COB), insurgents, terrorists, and other personnel encountered in the intended theater of operations; as well as the replication of battlefield effects and inclusion of props. This training supports TECOM directed Pre-Deployment Training Program (PTP) and Alternate Training Venues for Commanders. Role Playing efforts allow Marines to interact with culturally correct personnel during training. Exercise Planning tools are currently in development by the Range Modernization and Transformation program that will additionally track second and third order effects of interactions with role players there by adding even more depth to their present roles. These efforts help Marines better understand small and large cause-and effect relationships in operations and reinforce all aspects of cultural training delivered by other training venues. 3 rd Qtr FY13 Contract Award 4 th Qtr FY12 RFP Release 8(a) Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 3 rd Qtr FY13 to 3 rd Qtr FY16 PMTRASYS Phone: $99M DTS – Camp Lejeune STS – Camp Pendleton & IIT

17 East Coast Training Systems Support (TSS) Description/Summary of Program Requirements The TSS program provides continuous life-cycle support for fielded ground training systems including: simulation/training devices, live-fire ranges, Combat Training Environments (CTE) and other service support. TSS provides this support via firm-fixed price performance based contracts with commercial contractors. The contractor is responsible for operating and maintaining various training devices, facilities and ranges within a geographical area in support of the Marine Corps and other services. Virtually all USMC units utilize TSS for ground warfare training devices/ranges at one time or another in preparation for deployment or in maintaining personnel/unit qualifications. The current East Coast TSS contract provides support at Camp Lejeune, NC; MCBQ, VA; MCAS Beaufort and MCRD Parris Island, SC. The recompete will include RTISS locations at CLNC and MCBQ. 2 nd Qtr FY14 Contract Award 3 rd Qtr FY13 RFP Release Small Business Competition (NAICS ) Best Value - Tradeoff 2 nd Qtr FY14 to 2 nd Qtr FY17 or 18 PMTRASYS Phone: $20M ProActive Technologies, L.L.C.

18 Program Manager Training Systems Monitor https://www.neco.navy.mil/ for announcementshttps://www.neco.navy.mil/ for information Questions? Contact PM TRASYS


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