Fidelity Technologies Wins New NAWCTSD Contract


Strengthening Reputation As Premier Surface Navy COMS Provider


READING, PA – May 20, 2014 – Fidelity Technologies Corporation proudly announced their Field Services Business Unit has been awarded a 5 year, $21.1M Surface/Great Lakes COMS contract with the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) within the Naval Air Systems Command.  NAWCTSD integrates performance based training and the measurement of training effectiveness to provide comprehensive training services and products focused on improving the performance of troops.

Under the contract, Fidelity will provide Fielded Training Systems Support (FTSS) and Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS). They will also be performing corrective and preventive maintenance on Firefighter Trainers (FFTs), Technical Training Equipment (TTE), Training Systems/Equipment (TS/E) and Training Support (TS) over the next five years. Fidelity will maintain the configuration baseline and purchase required repair and replacement parts for the various types of training equipment to meet these requirements at 11 training facilities throughout Illinois, Virginia and California.

“Fidelity has provided quality operation, maintenance and logistics support services to NAWCTSD since 1990. The award of this contract demonstrates our team’s extraordinary capability to expertly manage and execute all aspects of the contract for an exceptional value to the customer,” comments David Gulati, President of Fidelity. Joseph Russell, General Manager, notes that the Surface/Great Lakes COMS contract combines two of Fidelity’s existing contracts allowing Fidelity the opportunity to further showcase their excellence in both of these fields.   This contract is a great win for Fidelity, who continues to build a strong reputation as a premier COMS provider to NAWCTSD. “Our employees’ outstanding service, and dedication to the warfighter are key components that have enabled us with the ability to win this contract for another five years,” comments Russell.


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