• The U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation’s (PEO-STRI) Omnibus Contract II (STOC II) is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract that supports a key PEO-STRI initiative: advance Department of Defense and the U.S. Army’s efforts to create interoperable live, virtual and constructive solutions to enhance training and testing capabilities. The contract has a ceiling of $17.5B with a base ordering period and three (3) option ordering periods, resulting in a total potential ordering period of 10 years.
     
  • The PEO envisions the following types of product and/or service support delivery/task orders occurring under the procurement:
    • Equipping actual warfighting equipment, systems and munitions with the capability to execute individual, crew and collective training, testing, experimentation and rehearsal in a specific environment. It includes training/testing/experimentation executed using computer-generated battlefields in simulators with the approximate physical layout of tactical weapons systems and vehicles.
       
    • Procuring and/or supporting war games, gaming and automated simulations which represent actions of people and systems in a simulation. The PEO identifies these solutions with large-scaled, complex, computer-driven models most often associated with exercises dealing with Battalions, Brigades, Divisions, Corps, Echelons Above Corps and/or their Other Service (e.g., USAF) or Joint Force equivalent. This also includes entity level force simulations and models.
       
    • Representing military operations using live forces and instrumented weapon systems interacting on training, test and exercise ranges which simulate experiences during actual operational conditions. It includes training/testing or experimentation executed in field conditions using tactical equipment, enhanced by training aids, devices, simulators and simulations (TADSS), test systems, and Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) to simulate combat conditions.
       
    • Procuring and/or supporting the systems, subsystems, components or devices, targets or threat simulators which includes, but is not limited to, the sensors which individually/collectively test materiel, non-weapon systems or weapon systems in a developmental/operational testing environment or training exercise. This includes the sensors, telecommunications equipment and other materials that provide the capability to detect, measure, record, transmit and process/analyze information generated during a test or training exercise.
       
    • Developing, integrating, or procuring common components to reduce Total Ownership Cost (TOC) or enhance interoperability. This includes developing interoperability solutions across Modeling and Simulation domains as well as stand-alone or embedded capabilities to interface with or stimulate command and control or battle command systems.