MediaTech, headquartered in Centerville, announced Tuesday that it is part of team awarded an estimated $876 million in IDIQ contracts to the Navy Joint Force Development Program. Under the contracts, Team SAIC, headed by Science Applications International Corp., based in McLean, Va., will provide adaptive support for training and real-world operations by offering varying combinations of education (academics), training assessment, experimentation (warfighting solutions), and infrastructure support. Work will be performed at various contractor facilities (86 percent) and at government facilities (14 percent) as task orders are determined. Work is expected to be completed by April 30, 2019.
“The award of the JFDSS IDIQ contract is an important milestone in our history and our efforts to expand our operations in Centerville. MediaTech is proud to be part of the team selected to provide key technologies that will enhance training for our Navy personnel,” said John Christopher White, President and COO of MediaTech. “The SAIC team is an experienced, high-performing resource that stands ready to react to the Navy’s ongoing training requirements.”
MediaTech is a small, software development firm, headquartered in Centerville that exploits new technologies to promote learning experiences, improve skill retention and increase training effectiveness. MediaTech was incorporated in 2003 and has developed a proprietary learning development framework for the creation of distributed learning products, 3D simulations, learning management systems, and other collaborative training technologies since the early 1990s. MediaTech specializes in training, staffing and product development.