The U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), Simulator Division, selected FSI Defense, a FlightSafety International company, as one of 37 companies awarded a position on a ten-year, $32.5 billion multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) Training Systems Acquisition IV (TSA IV) contract.
FSI Defense is one of 18 large companies and 19 small companies chosen for the IDIQ contract. TSA IV provides the U.S. Air Force a streamlined, quick-response contracting vehicle to efficiently meet the demanding requirements of the AFLCMC by allowing pre-selected vendors the opportunity to bid on specific line items within a given task order.
“This contract award not only reinforces our position as a leader in the simulation and training community but also reflects the trust the U.S. Air Force has in FSI Defense,” said Dan Davis, FSI Defense president. “We look forward to exceeding expectations and continuing our long-lasting partnership with the AFLCMC,” continued Davis.
The TSA IV IDIQ encompasses complex aircrew simulations and training, maintenance, and system-specific training systems directly supporting warfighter training at operating locations worldwide.