Aero Simulation, Inc. Announces Training Systems Contract III Awards

Tampa, Florida (17 January, 2012) – Aero Simulation, Inc. (ASI) is pleased to announce two new major contract awards for the Training Systems Contract (TSC) III Program. ASI was awarded contracts (N61340-12-D-5102 and N61340-12-D-5201) under Lots I and II of the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division’s (NAWCTSD) TSC III Multiple Award Contract (MAC). The TSC III MAC, inclusive of all awarded contracts and ordering periods has a not-to-exceed value of $2,000,000,000. All delivery orders will be placed pursuant to the procedures at FAR 16.5.

The TSC is a group of multiple award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity Contracts (ID/IQCs) intended to furnish the Naval Air Systems Command Team a streamlined, quick reaction vehicle for the acquisition and support of training systems. The TSC Program has been serving this requirement as a Multiple Award Contract (MAC) since FY00 and is entering its third generation. The TSC III scope will encompass Training Systems design, development, production, test and evaluation, delivery, modification, and support. Included within this scope is complementary Instructional Systems Development (ISD) products and complementary Training Systems Support, which includes Interim Contractor Support (ICS) or Contractor Engineering & Technical Services (CETS) and provisioning for the Initial Support Period (ISP). The TSC III MAC will serve as a viable acquisition alternative to fulfill within scope United States Navy and Marine Corps training systems requirements and those derived from end-users and customers consistent with NAWCTSD’s mission. The base ordering period is five years, with two one-year optional ordering periods.

“ASI welcomes the opportunity to continue our support of NAVAIR and NAWCTSD.” said Dr. Michael McCarthy, ASI’s President. “Our excellent past performance on a variety of programs over the past eight years, while performing as a TSC II contractor clearly provided the foundation for these important awards. We look forward to our continued work developing Best Value solutions to meet U.S. Navy and Marine Corps training systems requirements.”