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PRESS RELEASE

STRI Awards STOC II

Orlando, Fla. (January 29, 2009) - The U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) granted 142 awards for the second STRI Omnibus Contract, known as STOC II, Jan. 27, 2009. STOC II, valued at $17.5 billion over the next 10 years, serves as an efficient contracting vehicle in order to quickly get simulation and training products and services into the hands of U.S. and coalition service members.


"The overall purpose of STOC II is to have highly-qualified contractors on-hand to rapidly satisfy the needs of our nation's Warfighters," explained Brian Murphy, the PEO STRI contracting officer responsible for STOC II.


Companies competing in STOC II were evaluated in two categories: the Full and Open Lot and the Partial Small Business Set Aside Lot. Small companies competing in the Full and Open Lot also had the opportunity to compete in the Partial Small Business Set-Aside Lot, and vice-versa. Two lots were established in order to enhance PEO STRI's ability to achieve its small business goals.


In response to the STOC II Request for Proposal, PEO STRI evaluated 158 compliant proposals in which 127 proposals (60 large companies and 67 small companies) were entertained in the Full and Open Lot, and 98 proposals were assessed in the Partial Small Business Set-Aside Lot.


For a complete list of the companies who were selected for award in both the Full and Open Lot and the Partial Small Business Set Aside Lot, reference the "Companies Selected for STOC II Award at the close of the press release.


The proposals were evaluated based on four core factors detailed in the Request for Proposal: past performance, management, small business participation plan (applicable only to the large companies in the Full and Open Lot) and cost/price.


Existing STOC I contracts-which were awarded in four different categories: Live, Virtual, Constructive and Test-Instrumentation-remain a viable solution during the transition period until each respective domain expires. The first domain, Test-Instrumentation, expires Feb. 25, 2009. The remaining domains expire March 19, 2009.


Companies outside of STOC II will still be able to do business with PEO STRI. Murphy advises, "STOC II is just one tool in a contracting officer's toolkit."


Additionally, Murphy stated that non-STOC II companies are strongly encouraged to team with successful offerors for partnering or sub-contracting opportunities. The PEO STRI Business Opportunities Web site contains the awardees' names, addresses, e-mail and phone numbers to aid in the teaming and sub-contracting process.


Furthermore, as the pool of qualified small business offerors diminishes in the future due to growth, acquisition, or the like, PEO STRI has reserved the right to re-compete the Partial Small Business Set Aside Lot, thus providing additional opportunities for small businesses to be included in STOC II.


For more information on STOC II, reference PEO STRI's Business Opportunities Web site, https://bop.peostri.army.mil/sites/bop/Contract%20Vehicles/STOCII.aspx.


ABOUT US: Headquartered in Orlando, Fla., the U.S. Army PEO STRI executes an annual budget of more than $3 billion. In addition to providing interoperable training and testing solutions and program management, PEO STRI provides life-cycle support for the Army's most advanced training systems around the world. PEO STRI is dedicated to putting the power of simulation into the hands of our Warfighters.

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Media contact:
Kristen A. McCullough
Public Affairs Officer
Work: 407.384.5224


COMPANIES SELECTED FOR STOC II AWARDS


The following companies were selected for award in the Full and Open Lot:


Logistics Services International, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc.
Raydon Corporation
Dynamics Research Corp.
Indra Systems Inc.
Nova Technologies
Parsons Infrastructure & Technology Group, Inc.
Visual Awareness Technologies & Consulting, Inc.
Accenture National Security Services, LLC
COLSA Corp
Argon ST
BBN Technologies Corporation
Advanced Systems Technology, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support
DME Corp.
CAE USA, Inc.
CACI Technologies, Inc.
Thales Communications Inc.
Raytheon Company
Fidelity Technologies Corp.
Applied Research Associates
Camber Corp.
SAIC
ICF Incorporated, LLC
Dynetics, Inc.
QuantaDyn Corp.
Tapestry Solutions, Inc.
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc.
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
ManTech (SRS Technologies)
Concurrent Technologies Corp.
Environmental Tectonics Corp.
Allied Container Systems, Inc.
Tybrin Corp
RTI International
CG2, Inc.
American Systems Corporation
FlightSafety Services Corp
SDS International Inc.
General Dynamics One Source, LLC
DRS C3 Systems, Inc.
Northrop Grumman Technical Services, Inc.
Janus Research Group
Atlantis Systems America, Inc.
Sparta, Inc.
AT&T Government Solutions, Inc.
AAI Corporation
FAAC, Inc.
Zel Technologies, Inc.
Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions, LLC
TJ Drafting & Design, Inc.
Metters Industries, Inc.
MTS Technologies, Inc.
TecMasters Inc. (TMI)
Sytronics, Inc.
Laser Shot, Inc.
Symvionics, Inc.
Aero Simulation, Inc.
Planning Systems, Inc.
Loyola Enterprises, Inc.
Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc.
Vertex Solutions, Inc.
Carley Corporation
Forterra Federal Systems
ITT Corp., Advanced Engineering & Sciences Div.
Adacel Systems, Inc.
MAK Technologies, Inc.
Ahtna Support & Training Services, LLC
SI International, Inc.
JHT, Inc.
Cole Engineering Services, Inc.
Daedalus Technologies, Inc.
Pal Technologies, Inc.
Universal Systems & Technology, Inc. (UNITECH)
Future Design & Engineering Corp.
Cubic Simulation Systems, Inc.
Scientific Research Corp. (SRC)
Kadix Systems, LLC.
D&S Consultants, Inc.
FSCX, Inc.
Allied Technology Group, Inc.
IBM Corporation
Thomas Defense Group
The Aegis Technologies Group, Inc.
Alion Science and Technology Corporation
EG&G Technical Services, Inc.
L-3 Communications Corporation
LB& B Associates
Novonics Corporation
DEI Services Corporation
Alelo TLT, LLC
SYS Technologies
McDonnell Douglas Corporation- Boeing Co.
Intelligent Decisions, Inc.
Bearing Point, Inc.
BAE Systems Land & Armaments, Inc.
Systems Research & Applications Corporation
Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation
STS International, Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.
System Studies and Simulation, Inc.
Science Applications & Research Associates, Inc.
Harris Corp.- Government Communications System Division
Ciber, Inc.
SAAB Training USA, LLC
Battelle Memorial Institute
Allied Technology LLC
CymSTAR LLC
GBL Systems Corporation
InterCoastal Electronics, Inc.
CyberNet Systems Corp.
Dynamic Animation Systems
Total Immersion Software, Inc.
Fidelity Flight Simulation, Inc.
Imedia.IT, Inc.
FlightSafety International, Inc.
Sierra Nevada Corp.

The following companies were selected for award in the Small Business Set Aside Lot:


Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc.
Raydon Corporation
Nova Technologies
Visual Awareness Technologies & Consulting, Inc.
Advanced Systems Technology, Inc.
DME Corp.
Fidelity Technologies Corp.
QuantaDyn Corp.
Environmental Tectonics Corp.
Allied Container Systems, Inc.
CG2, Inc.
SDS International Inc.
Janus Research Group
Atlantis Systems America, Inc.
FAAC, Inc.
Zel Technologies, Inc.
TJ Drafting & Design, Inc.
Metters Industries, Inc.
MTS Technologies, Inc.
TecMasters Inc. (TMI)
Sytronics, Inc.
Laser Shot, Inc.
Symvionics, Inc.
Aero Simulation, Inc.
Loyola Enterprises, Inc.
Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc.
Vertex Solutions, Inc.
Carley Corporation
Forterra Federal Systems
Adacel Systems, Inc.
MAK Technologies, Inc.
Ahtna Support & Training Services, LLC
Cole Engineering Services, Inc.
Daedalus Technologies, Inc.
Pal Technologies, Inc.
Universal Systems & Technology, Inc. (UNITECH)
Future Design & Engineering Corp.
Kadix Systems, LLC.
D&S Consultants, Inc.
FSCX, Inc.
Allied Technology Group, Inc.
Thomas Defense Group
The Aegis Technologies Group, Inc.
Novonics Corporation
DEI Services Corporation
Alelo TLT, LLC
SYS Technologies
Intelligent Decisions, Inc.
STS International, Inc.
System Studies and Simulation, Inc.
Science Applications & Research Associates, Inc.
Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Craig Technical Consulting, Inc.
JV3, LLC
The Harrington Group, Inc.
HART Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Interactive Systems, Inc.
Soar Technology, Inc.
Enterprise Information Services, Inc.
Corsair Engineering, Inc.
Delex Systems, Inc.
Visionary Integration Professionals, LLC
The DiSTI Corp.
Binghamton Simulator Company, Inc.
Technologies Engineering, Inc.
Intelligent Decision Systems, Inc.
Vanguard Solutions, Inc.
ProActive Technologies, LLC
Chi Systems, Inc.
Oasis Advanced Engineering, Inc.
Logistics Services International, Inc.
CymSTAR LLC
GBL Systems Corporation
InterCoastal Electronics, Inc.
CyberNet Systems Corp.
Dynamic Animation Systems
Total Immersion Software, Inc.
Fidelity Flight Simulation, Inc.
Imedia.IT, Inc.
Rite-Solutions, Inc.
Vcom3D, Inc.
SimIS, Inc.
Qwaltec, Inc.
Blue Ridge Simulation, Inc.


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