Technical and Project Engineering has received a four-year, $28.7 million contract to provide live, virtual and simulation training platforms to the U.S. Marine Corps.
TAPE will perform systems engineering, acquisition and financial management, modeling, test planning, logistics and instrumentation development under the contract, the company said Friday.
“Supporting [Marine Corps Systems Command’s program manager training systems] with program and training services support is an exciting opportunity,” said Louisa Long Jaffe, TAPE’s president and CEO.
Matthew Clarke — TAPE’s vice president for modeling, simulation and training — and program manager James Hawn will lead the work set to take place in Orlando, Florida, and other Marine Corps locations.
TAPE will carry out the task in collaboration with Jacobs Engineering and Keith Stalder and Associates.