CALIBRE Named Prime on $500 Million Joint Forces Development (JFD) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract to support the Joint Chiefs of Staff J7
Alexandria, Virginia, January 26, 2019 – The Department of Defense (DoD) awarded CALIBRE Systems, Inc. (CALIBRE) a prime contract on its Joint Forces Development (JFD) contracting vehicle supporting U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff J7. Under this contract, CALIBRE will deliver a wide range of training support services and solutions in four primary functional domains: Joint Training Concepts, Joint Training Environment, Exercises and Events, and Joint Lessons Learned and Joint Doctrine. The multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract holds an estimated ceiling value of $500 million and includes a five-year base period with one six-month option. Work will be performed primarily in Suffolk, Virginia, with support to Joint Staff and Combatant Command requirements.
“CALIBRE has focused on building our training support services capabilities to support growing Warfighter requirements and facilitate a ready force. We provide a deep understanding of the training environment, coupled with a unified vision with the Joint Forces for future joint training. With this award, CALIBRE will have the opportunity to further support the Army and expand our support to the Joint Forces to achieve our shared mission of sustaining a trained and ready Joint Force, ” said Tom Peitler, CALIBRE Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer.
CALIBRE’s commitment to the DoD community spans nearly three decades and includes training support to four ID/IQs and over 300 Task Orders. CALIBRE has sustained success within the DoD training community and remains dedicated to supporting the Warfighter so U.S. Joint Forces remain ready “as the world’s premier combat force.”
CALIBRE is an employee-owned management consulting and information technology solutions company supporting government and industry. CALIBRE delivers enduring solutions that solve management, technology, and program challenges in the areas of financial performance and logistics; health and information management; human capital training and management; and infrastructure, engineering, and environment.
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