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A Lockheed Martin engineer uses a mobile device with an advanced management information system to help perform maintenance inside a gunnery combat training simulator.

Seven-Year Contract Sustains Training Programs

A multiple-billion-dollar, seven-year contract helps sustain over 300,000 jobs and training aids for the Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Army.

Lockheed Martin was awarded a seven-year, $3.53 billion contract to globally sustain more than 300,000 fielded Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS), including live-fire ranges and instrumentation systems. The Army Contracting Command – Orlando, in support of the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) awarded the Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) contract.

The ATMP contract allows users to employ mobile devices to track and maintain a wide range of training systems. In this way, the Army can gain maximum operational awareness and make educated decisions using accurate, timely, and comprehensive data.

“Lockheed Martin is proud of the trust and confidence the Army shows in us by selecting us to provide a worldwide, integrated, one-stop training systems maintenance and sustainment program,” said Amy Gowder, general manager and vice president of Lockheed Martin Training and Logistics Solutions  “Along with supporting efficient readiness and training, ATMP will maintain thousands of jobs supporting direct TADSS sustainment, while bolstering other jobs across the U.S. in the TADSS supply chain.”

This contract brings together Lockheed Martin with teammates PULAU Corp., Cubic Global Defense, and several large and small businesses which specialize in TADSS maintenance and sustainment, through a mobile, technology-enabled workforce. The ATMP contract will employ thousands of people when fully implemented.

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