Army Contracting Command-Orlando is hosting an online industry day next week for a new requirement "to provide threat and target development, support and hardware of multiple programs for test and training events," according to an industry notice.
The Sept. 22 industry day will support the upcoming Target & Threat Hardware for Readiness, Evaluation, and Testing (TTHREATS) requirement.
The Program Manager for Cyber Test Training's Threat Systems Management Office is looking to award an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a five-year base and two two-year option periods with task orders "issued against the ID/IQ as needs arise," the Army's notice says.
The anticipated award date for the ID/IQ is the third quarter of fiscal year 2022.
"Requirements for the TTHREATS contract are for the design, development, [and] integration of [3D] full and subscale targets and threats," the notice states. "This effort could result in the production of prototype targets and threats or procurement of existing targets or threats. ‘Targets and threat products and services’ is applicable to both blue force weapons systems and threats to those systems. The contractor shall also have the ability to operate any target or threat system needed to support the use in a test environment. Targets and threats exist in a multidomain environment. These environments compose live (air-land-sea) and virtual domains. Supplies and services may be procured for operations within the continental United States or overseas."
Invitations for the industry day will go out on Friday.