Army Training & Doctrine Command Seeks G2 Operational Environment Support

The U.S. Army is exploring industry sources of operational environment and core function support services for the intelligence directorate within the military branch’s Training and Doctrine Command.

A potential contractor would assist TRADOC G-2 in areas such as mission support, analysis and control element, operational environment center, culture and critical thinking, the Army said Tuesday in a FedBizOpps notice.

TRADOC G-2 works to develop, verify, validate, accredit OE products and services as well as provide support on behalf of the command’s deputy commanding general and chief of staff. The directorate also oversees the development and delivery of OE outputs via the TRADOC enterprise infrastructure.

The Mission and Installation Command at Fort Eustis will host an industry day in the morning of March 7 to brief interested vendors on the requirement.

Responses to the sources sought notice are due March 15.

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