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Cubic wins contract to support US Army's Sustainment Battle Lab

24th March 2011 - 13:05 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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The US Army has awarded Cubic Applications Inc., a mission support services subsidiary of Cubic Corporation, an $18.8 million contract for functional and analytical support to the US Army Combined Arms Support Command's (CASCOM) Sustainment Battle Lab located at Fort Lee, Virginia.

The Sustainment Battle Lab assists the Army Concept Development and Experimentation Plan and the Sustainment community by researching and evaluating existing and emerging logistics processes; developing future concepts, force designs and organizational relationships; and evaluating existing and emerging logistics technologies and facilities to support these activities. The battle lab participates in Joint, Army and other Service processes, experiments and wargames in fulfilling its responsibilities. Under this contract, Cubic will provide management, analytical, and technical support to the Sustainment Battle Lab and other CASCOM directorates for Army Concept Development and Experimentation Plan & Future Force initiatives.

"The support Cubic provides to this program will assist the Army's combat development process in a variety of venues by providing analytical rigor to develop quantifiable data so the Army can make informed decisions and see a positive return on their investment," said Joe Roszkowski, Program Director for Cubic's Operations Support Division in Prince George, Virginia.

Source: Cubic

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