$33.7M to LSI for U.S. Marine Corps Computer-based Training
Logistic Services International (LSI) in Jacksonville, FL won a maximum $33.7 million firm-fixed-price requirements contract to develop and provide computer-based distributed learning content and services to the U.S. Marine Corps.
LSI will design, develop, and deliver electronic courseware and related products on an individual delivery order basis to the Marine Corps Systems Command’s Program Manager for Training Systems in Orlando, FL. The contractor will develop Web-delivered, self-paced distance learning training courses, including interactive multimedia instruction and electronic performance support tools.
The contractor will develop learning modules, courses and performance support tools that integrate into the existing Marine Corps enterprise network and MarineNet Learning Management System environments. MarineNet is the Marine Corps network that delivers online, computer-based training and testing to Marines worldwide.
On its Web site, LSI said it is currently developing distributive learning training for 2 U.S. Marine Corps aircraft – the MV-22 Osprey and the KC-130J Hercules. LSI develops and implements computer-based interactive distributive learning for pilots, maintenance personnel, and enlisted aircrew.
LSI will perform the work under this contract in Quantico, VA and expects to complete it by July 2010, with all options exercised by July 2014. This contract was competitively procured with 15 offers received by the Marine Corps Systems Command’s Program Manager for Training Systems (M67854-09-D-8008).