Huntsville, AL – Yorktown Systems Group, Inc. (Yorktown), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), has been awarded the United States Army Combined Arms Center (USACAC), Fort Leavenworth, KS Support Services contract. Yorktown is one of ten companies that won this multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, valued at $231,000,000.
For the next five years, Yorktown will help support nine key areas of the USACAC mission: Doctrine Development; Training, Education, and Exercise Development; Management and Support; Capability Development; Leader Development; Information, Network, and Web Services; Data Collection and Analysis; Research, Studies, and Analysis; Knowledge Management; and Command Communication. As a growing Small Business with a history of collaborative efforts with the United States Army Combined Arms Center, Yorktown is firmly capable to develop, refine, and track training methods, doctrine, and services for the USACAC mission.
Nick Fuller, Chief Operating Officer says, “Yorktown and our teammates for this effort are thrilled to have this opportunity to support our warfighters and the USACAC. We look forward to delivering superior support and solutions across the broad range of requirements needed for developing and producing training and education strategies, scientific human subject studies, doctrine, concepts, instruction and products for the current and future force.”
Yorktown is a professional services company providing customized solutions and management capabilities to help Federal and Civil organizations achieve their goals and objectives in the areas of training and education; modeling and simulation; language and cultural learning; management analysis; administrative services; and integrated logistics. Yorktown’s leadership and staff are innovative, informed, involved, and adaptive; providing the vision and expertise to stay in front of ever changing client landscapes and challenges.