READING, PA. – August, 19, 2015 – Fidelity Technologies Corporation today announced that the Corporation is one of thirteen companies selected as a TSA III awardee in the Small Business Pool. The Training Systems Acquisition (TSA) III multiple award contract vehicle is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract which has an ordering period of five years, plus five 12-month option periods. TSA III has a procurement ceiling of $20.9 billion.
TSA III is an omnibus contract designed to accommodate all Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Simulators Division training systems, and training-related acquisitions, such as; requirements analysis, development, production, and modifications to training devices, training system sustainment, and training instruction.
Dave Gulati, President of Fidelity, noted that “FIDELITY has a long history of providing responsive high quality training system services to the US Navy and US Marine Corps. The TSA III opportunity, which uniquely aligns our capabilities, will allow FIDELITY to provide the USAF the same training system solution commitment on which FIDELITY has built a proven reputation for successful execution.”
The mission of AFLCMC Simulators Division is to lead the development, acquisition, and sustainment efforts necessary to meet every Air Force Major Command (MAJCOM) simulation and training requirement. FIDELITY will provide Program Management (PM), Production and Modifications of Training Devices, Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), Instructional Services (IS) and Training System Support Center (TSSC) services to US Air Force training facilities both domestic and abroad.
The AFLCMC Simulators Division serves USAF active duty, reserve, and National Guard units as well as the Department of Defense (DoD) joint warfighter, including Foreign Military Sales (FMS). Aircraft platforms supported include: fighter, bomber, cargo/airlift/tanker, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and special operations for both fixed wing and rotary wing platforms. Training system performance parameters are defined by requirements unique to each platform’s mission and unique training needs.
FIDELITY General Manager, Joe Russell, commented that this award will allow us to compete for task orders to provide the Air Force with the same superior service we have been providing the Navy and Marine Corps since 1990. The award of TSA III illustrates the high level of confidence the Air Force has placed in Fidelity Technologies Corporation.