ATAC to Update Aviation Simulation Model System at Navy, DoD Facilities

ATACATAC has been awarded a potential five-year, $8 million contract to develop and update a naval aviation simulation model system at U.S. Navy and Marine Corps installations as well as Defense Department facilities worldwide.

DoD said Tuesday the project will support airfield, airspace and range analyses of existing or proposed operations and activities.

The company will also compile information on mission changes to help the Navy comply with Air Installations Compatible Use Zones and National Environmental Policy Act requirements, DoD added.

The Pentagon expects ATAC to finish work by September 2021.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command obligated $5,000 at the time of the award from the service branch’s fiscal 2016 operation and maintenance contract funds.

Santa Clara, California-based ATAC offers operations design and analysis, safety reporting and analysis, environmental analysis and training services to the aviation sector.

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