Ravenswood Receives $555M IDIQ Contract to Support Army, National Guard Training Program, Dan Donoghue Quoted

Army Contracting Command–Orlando has awarded Ravenswood Solutions a potential five-year, $555 million indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to support the Army National Guard's (ARNG) eXportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) program, Ravenswood announced on Friday. Ravenswood Solutions will provide planning, operations, and sustainment for the XCTC program through October 31, 2024. 

"Ravenswood Solutions gives our all to provide best-in-class products and services to our troops," said Dan Donoghue, President and CEO of Ravenswood Solutions. "We are honored to be chosen to continue to support this critically-important training to our nation's Guardsmen."

The mission of the XCTC program is to provide a highly realistic, fully instrumented, and intensive live training event for brigade combat teams, functional, and multi-functional brigades. The scope of the ARNG's XCTC program involves training as many as three brigades simultaneously at multiple locations using a government-provided instrumentation system that tracks and records location and time-synchronized training events.

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