• cyber security
airforce

Contract #:
GST0413DB0047
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TRAINING SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN MILITARY SALES
EPS, a global leader in training the warfighter, was awarded this GSA contract on behalf of the United States Army’s Training Services Branch (TSB), Training Support Division (TSD), Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) based in Aberdeen, MD. EPS deploys highly skilled professionals who provide training support including, but not limited to, prime power generation, night vision devices, LAN/WAN, border detection, aircraft survivability equipment, aircraft mission equipment, information assurance and radio training and systems.

THIS CONTRACT, AWARDED BY THE GSA THROUGH A FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION, ADDRESSES THE NEED FOR TRAINING AND VALIDATION OF TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
The rapid growth of these services is immensely due to the U.S. government's increased defense system sales to partner nations under the FMS program. EPS performs a wide range of embedded field support duties including training support; installation, field service and forward training support; logistics support; equipment testing; and software development to foreign partners globally, anywhere in the U.S. Department of Defense's EUCOM, AFRICOM, SOUTHCOM, PACOM, CENTCOM and NORTHCOM Areas of Responsibility (AOR). This effort assures the readiness and support that represents the beginning of long-term relationships which will support joint training and increased opportunity for interoperability in military operations.

EPS HAS PARTNERED WITH A STRONG VIABLE TEAM TO BRING DEPTH TO THE TRAINING SUPPORT REQUIRED
The EPS team provides global reach and skilled trainers with backgrounds covering more than 30 years of experience in the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) readiness worldwide environment. The capabilities through our team and our Armed Forces and Allies, at all echelons, will facilitate Joint Force communications and synchronization efforts.

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