View all newsletters
Receive our newsletter - data, insights and analysis delivered to you
  1. News
June 2, 2022

Cubic secures subcontract under US Navy’s Sailor 2025 programme

The work under the contract is expected to complete by March 2027.

Cubic has secured a subcontract from the prime contractor Carley to support the US Navy’s training modernisation effort and enhance fleet readiness.

The subcontract has been awarded under the Sailor 2025 (S2025) Ready, Relevant Learning (RRL) fiscal year 2022 (FY22) Content Conversion contract.

The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) was awarded to Carley in March by the US Naval Air Warfare Centre Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD).

The US Navy’s S2025 programme aims to improve personnel management and training systems for recruiting, developing, managing, rewarding and retaining the future forces.

Under the contract, Carley with Cubic’s support will deliver training content to include designing, developing and delivering modernised training content and other courseware training products for Navy’s ratings.

The content will be provided to the US Navy sailors throughout their learning period.

Cubic Mission and Performance Solutions president Mike Knowles said: “This is the third contract award for the collective Carley-Cubic team and demonstrates the Navy’s continued confidence in our ability to deliver operationally relevant training to our Sailors and the fleet.”

As part of the subcontract, Cubic will use innovative instructional system design, system engineering and training assessment approaches along with new technologies to support the training.

This work will simultaneously support the S2025 programme’s goal to improve Sailors’ transfer of training to operational work environment.

The contract related work will be carried out in Orlando and Florida.

The work is expected to complete by March 2027.

Cubic live, virtual and constructive (LVC) training vice president and general manager Jonas Furukrona said: “Focusing on the context, length of service, and experience in the fleet are all relevant factors to determine the most effective time to educate Sailors.”

Related Companies

NEWSLETTER Sign up Tick the boxes of the newsletters you would like to receive. The top stories of the day delivered to you every weekday. A weekly roundup of the latest news and analysis, sent every Monday. The defence industry's most comprehensive news and information delivered every month.
I consent to GlobalData UK Limited collecting my details provided via this form in accordance with the Privacy Policy
SUBSCRIBED

THANK YOU

Thank you for subscribing to Naval Technology