Mission Support Services, a division of Cubic Corp., was awarded a $500 million contract with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) on Wednesday.
DTRA works under the U.S. Department of Defense as the agency that handles combat support. Cubic will provide training exercises in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosives (CBRNE) threats, along with assessment and development services to improve capabilities.
"Cubic is excited to partner with DTRA to employ effective CBRNE exercise, training, capability assessment and development support services to mitigate threats and keep warfighters and citizens safe," Cubic's Mission Support Services President Bill Toti said. "This is an important mission executed by dedicated personnel in every corner of the globe who are passionate about their work. We are very proud of our 15 years of DTRA support and look forward to the next 10 years."
The contract has an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity structure that will last approximately 10 years, or through July 2024. In addition to services related to CBRNE, the company will also team with DTRA's Building Partnership Division in training, exercises and event support.
Mission Support Services is one of the world's leading providers of operations, maintenance and training systems.