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June 22, 2018
 

Raytheon wins shared U.S. Army training support services contract valued up to $2.4 billion

The U.S. Army Contracting Command has selected Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services business as one of the contractors for the Enterprise Training Services Contract, known as ETSC.

The multi-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract is valued up to $2.4 billion over five years.

Under the contract, Raytheon will provide training services in support of the U.S. Army and its security cooperation mission for individuals, units, crew and collective training, from platoon through Joint Task Force levels.

“High-consequence training enhances readiness across the U.S. Army,” said Bob Williams, vice president of Global Training Solutions.  “This award reflects Raytheon’s extensive experience and successful track record delivering innovative, lifecycle training solutions to soldiers around the world.”

ETSC provides core training services to combatant commands and their training of security cooperation partners.




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