Ann Arbor, Michigan – The Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, & Instrumentation (PEO STRI) has awarded two STRICOM Omnibus Contracts (STOC II) to Cybernet Systems Corporation of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
These contracts allow Cybernet to provide PEO STRI the full spectrum of warfighter simulation, training, modeling, test and instrumentation products for use throughout the Army, the Department of Defense, and other coalition members.
Cybernet competed for these contracts over the last 18 months, and can now compete for individual work tasks in support of modeling and simulation requirements. The IDIQ contracts will be in place for 10 years and are estimated to have a total lifetime value of $17.5 billion.
Cybernet has more than 20 years of extensive experience in modeling, simulation and training, delivering products and services through commercial licensing and over 100 completed contracts in these areas,” said Heidi Jacobus, Chairman and CEO. “We are eager to use our capabilities to support the warfighter’s needs through STOC II efforts.”
Cybernet simulation and training capabilities include: