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Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP)


The Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) will be the next worldwide, integrated training systems maintenance and sustainment contract for the Army's Training Aids, Devices, Simulators & Simulations (TADSS), Instrumentation Systems (ISs) and Live-Fire Ranges. It will provide training and engineering services integrally related to Army TADSS maintenance. ATMP is the follow on contract to War Fighter Focus for sustainment of ARMY program of record TADSS.

The ATMP contract will sustain over 200 types of TADSS located at approximately over 420 sites worldwide, manned and unmanned, with a total TADSS fleet comprised of nearly 250,000 individual items. Supported TADSS belong to all of the training domains: Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming. The portfolio includes, but is not limited to, the following types of TADSS, Ranges, and ISs:

  • Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) equipment
  • Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement Systems (MILES)
  • Homestation Instrumentation Training Systems (HITS)
  • Advanced Gunnery Training Systems (AGTS)
  • Core Instrumentation Systems at the Army's three maneuver CTCs
  • Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) ISs
  • Engagement Skills Trainers (EST)
  • Digital Range Training Systems (DRTS)
  • Gunnery Maintenance and Driver Training (GMDT) devices
  • Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) systems
  • Flight Simulators and Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainers(AVCATT)
  • Mission Command Training Centers (MCTC) and associated computer systems
  • and numerous other training systems and devices

Opportunities for this effort are located worldwide and may include:

  • Computer Systems Analysts
  • Electronics Technicians
  • Engineers
  • HVAC Mechanics
  • Information Systems Technologists
  • Logistics Specialists
  • Maintenance / Supply Depot Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Shipping / Receiving Clerks
  • Supply Technicians

Candidates selected must be U.S. Citizens and may be subject to a government security investigation in order to obtain Common Access Cards (CAC).

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