Army Drafts $1B TRIDENT Contract
The Army has drafted a $1B cyber training contract for the Department of Defense under the Cyber Training, Readiness, Integration, Delivery and Enterprise Technology contract vehicle. The bulk of the vehicle is taken up by the Persistent Cyber Training Environment, a mobile online tool that servicemembers can use for cyber training. The Army organized the contract on behalf of DoD, Fifth Domain reported Thursday. According to Cyber Command officials, there is currently no cyber training environment powerful enough to meet the military's standards. The Army added that it wants to develop the PCTE platform with factors such as platform maintenance, product management, agile development, engineering processes, development, automation and DevOps, among others.
Category: Future Trends
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