Field OPS


Provide management, maintenance, and supply support required to maintain specified Army Air Defense Artillery (ADA), Field Artillery (FA), and Chemical (CM) training systems available to provide commanders the ability to maintain operational readiness.


The Artillery and Chemical Training (ACT) contract is a small business set-aside providing worldwide Life Cycle Contract Support (LCCS) for Air Defense Artillery, Field Artillery, and Chemical training systems based on commanders’ requirements. The program ensures that all of the specified Training, Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) are maintained and updated in accordance with mission requirements and constraints. The ACT Contract currently has oversight and maintenance responsibilities for a minimum of 12 specified families of systems and is expected to expand in the near future. The program maintains eight (8) manned sites, both CONUS and OCONUS (Fort Sill, OK; Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Fort Bliss, TX; Fort Polk, LA; Fort Lee, VA; Fort Bragg, NC; Camp Casey, Korea and Vilseck, Germany) as well as a large number of remote locations servicing both Active and Reserve Component as well as Joint Services. Field OPS provides acquisition management, contract oversight, and quality assurance for this contract.

Ground TES Survey Input:

The linked survey provides input that aids PM Field OPS in management process of the Warfighter FOCUS support contract. This data will be consolidated and used to provide feedback to Warfighter FOCUS Training Alliance (WTA) and PEO-STRI in performance of said contact. Results will be complied on a monthly basis using data from these surveys and other inputs.

Please complete the associated Ground TES survey with timely and pertinent information.

System Interdependencies

Project Manager Integrated Training Environment (ITE). PM ITE provides life cycle updates to associated TADSS to include concurrency, technical refresh and obsolescence upgrades. These efforts assist Field Operations with extending the useful life and lowering sustainment costs of fielded systems.

Program Status

ACT is a five-year small business set aside training services contract providing maintenance, operations, and support for Artillery, Chemical, and Air Defense TADSS and is in the third year of execution

Projected Activities

FY17: ACT to be re-named “Artillery Chemical Training Sustainment (ACTS)” and re-competed with contract award

Foreign Military Sales



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