Fidelity Technologies Corp. (Fidelity) today announced it has been listed as one of an elite group of defense contractors selected for the second Simulation, Training and Instrumentations Omnibus contract (STOC II) by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI)
By qualifying contractors, the Army will be able to rapidly evaluate bids for training systems and services, assured the companies under STOC II have the ability to deliver. The Army plans to award $17.5 billion in contracts over the next 10 years under the program.
“I’m pleased that Fidelity will be able to compete for this important work,” said David Gulati, president of Fidelity, “Training our country’s war fighters to be prepared at the highest levels is a serious mission that we are proud to be a part of.”
Companies applying for STOC II qualification were judged based on past performance, cost and excellence in management. Fidelity, of Reading, PA, has a strong, ongoing presence in the field of military simulation and training and a proven track record for fulfilling contracts to specifications and deadlines.