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View the slides that were presented at the TReX Brief at I/ITSEC: IITSEC TReX Brief
The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is a corporate training organization that provides learning and development solutions to over 174,000 acquisition, requirements and contingency professionals in the US Department of Defense. DAU seeks to transform its traditional learning processes and capabilities to an adaptive environment that responds, in real time, to READ MORE
This notice is to inform you of the following revisions:
Update from 1/8/2020
January 8th – responses will be posted to the questions submitted
January 8th – revised RFS to be posted
January 28th– revised Proposal due date
Updated Request for Solutions, 22 Nov. 2019, revises Paragraph 6.3 & READ MORE
The Army desires a Proximity Warning Unit (PWU) prototype system that provides real time alerts, both audible and visual, to operators during excavation operations when in close proximity to fiber optic cable / critical infrastructure to prevent unintentional damage to network infrastructure at the National Training Center (NTC) based on READ MORE
Summary: The Army seeks to determine if industry can desires solutions to modify Class M1 commercial off the shelf (COTS) devices to meet Live Collective Training (LCT) needs and still provide the benefits of Low Power Internet of Things (LPIoT). The Category READ MORE
PEO STRI, Project Manager Soldier Training, Synthetic Training Environment – Cross Functional Team, Army Contracting Command – Orlando, National Security Technology
Accelerator, and 14 Industry Partners The industry panel event opened with remarks by the PEO, followed by the moderator discussing the rules of engagement and agenda.
The agenda consisted of five READ MORE
RFI Submission Requirement
Submissions are due to NSTXL on Friday, 01 November 2019 at 1400 hours Eastern Time Zone. Email submissions to [email protected] with the subject line “Vendor Name PWU RFI Response”.
Need: The Program Executive Office for Simulation Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) seeks to solicit market research for READ MORE
Family of Maintenance Trainers – Product Line (FMT PL) Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) Part Task Trainer (PTT)
Scope/High Level Overview:
The Army desires to extend the FMT PL to incorporate an AMPV power train PTT into the existing Product Line (PL) portfolio. The FMT PL is being established to provide a common architectural framework and shared hardware, firmware, and software baselines and components that satisfy requirements common to READ MORE
Family of Maintenance Trainers – Product Line (FMT PL) Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Hands On Trainer (HOT)
Scope/High Level Overview
The Army desires to extend the FMT PL to incorporate a JLTV HOT into the existing Product Line (PL) portfolio. The FMT PL is being established to provide a common architectural framework and shared hardware, firmware, and software baselines and components that satisfy requirements common to maintenance training READ MORE