The Army has released draft statements of work for an upcoming industry day for the service's Cyber Training, Readiness, Integration, Delivery and Enterprise Technology effort.
According to a Nov. 25 Army notice, Cyber TRIDENT, previously called the Persistent Cyber Training Environment-Consolidated Integration and Development Contract, “is an efficient, flexible and rapid contract vehicle designed to serve the cyber training community” in support of the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation and other cyber organizations within the service.
The notice includes three delivery orders for Cyber TRIDENT for infrastructure and maintenance, integration factory and platform capability production for the PCTE platform.
A draft statement of work says Cyber TRIDENT support "must include dynamic mechanisms for multiphase configuration management, development and support, integration and sustainment labs and technology insertion and growth."
The industry day will be held on Dec. 2 in Orlando, FL, by PEO STRI and will consist of briefings from the PCTE team about the draft statements of work and draft solicitation requirements.