10.12.17 / News

PLI Awarded Battle Command Simulation Prime Contract

Phoenix Logistics, Inc. (PLI) was awarded a prime contract by the Army Contracting Command (ACC) – Orlando to provide Common Battle Command Simulation Equipment (CBCSE) for the US Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI). The awarded contract is a single-award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract and has a combined, maximum ceiling of $98.8 million dollars with a 3 year base and 2 option years. This contract represents increased momentum for PLI’s products and services offerings in simulation & training enabling the addition of Orlando, FL based Professional Program Management, Senior System and Network Engineering and Logistics and Procurement Professionals.

“We are excited to bring our Configuration Management, Certified Engineering, Quality Assurance and Supply Chain Management competencies to bear in support of the Orlando Based CBCSE Program,” said Greg Williamitis, Senior Vice president for PLI’s Critical Infrastructure Division in Orlando, Florida. “Our team has proven themselves with PEO STRI over the past three years with the execution of two other prime contracts and we look forward to continuing the development of our program teams expertise and execution skills through execution of the CBCSE Program.”

PLI’s implementation of the Common Battle Command Simulation Equipment contract includes the architectural design, testing procurement and deployment of the CBCSE hardware configuration and software licenses in support of the Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) Program Manager, Integration Training Environment (PM ITE) Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability (JLCCTC) program of record. The contract requirements include System and Network Engineering analysis of Government requirements and specifications; CBCSE hardware and software procurement; hardware installation/configuration; and configuration management (CM) of CBCSE Products for 40 JLCCTC Sites in CONUS and OCONUS. The program will be managed by PLI’s Critical Infrastructure Division in Orlando, FL. PLI’s President and CEO, Al Funderburk, noted, “The CBCSE win represents PLI’s ability to rapidly move into adjacent DOD markets leveraging existing people, processes, procedures and supporting infrastructure providing highly technical solutions and low-cost execution .” He went on to state, “We are proud of our entire team and focused on supporting PEO STRI over the coming years.”