Vienna, VA, December 15, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- C² Technologies, Inc. has won a contract with the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) to provide a range of distance training services ranging from online, interactive courseware to traditional classroom instructional materials. The contract is for one year with four option years, and is worth up to $346 million.
In all, TRADOC awarded six prime contracts to support its Distributed Learning Education and Training Products Program. The Army’s goal is to develop an Integrated Training Environment where the service can offer training capabilities just in time, anytime. Taking the training to its soldiers is a high priority for the Army as part of its overall transformation into a more agile, lethal, and mobile force.
With headquarters in the Washington, DC metro, and a “Center for Excellence” in Newport News, VA, C² Technologies, Inc. is already delivering Virtual Mobile Team training to the soldiers in Iraq in real time.
“This is an exciting time to be a part of Army’s training efforts worldwide,” said C² President Curtis Cox.
ABOUT C² TECHNOLOGIES
Since 1989, C² Technologies, Inc. has partnered with its federal government, defense, and commercial customers to deliver innovative performance improvement solutions that span diverse practice areas, such as training and development, strategic human resources management, mission-critical outsourcing, and information technology. Headquartered in Vienna, VA, C²’s 400 employees serve clients in 26 locations. For more information about C² Technologies, visit www.c2ti.com or call (703) 748-2780.