Contract Vehicles

Senspex provides its products and services under the following contract vehicles, enabling current and future customers multiple opportunities to enlist our services and purchase our products.

Raytheon, including Senspex as a vital team member, were awarded the National Training Center Mission Support (NTCMS) contract. This contract is now officially known as the National Training Center Training Support Center (NTCTSC) contract. The NTCTSC contract is a 5-year contract worth over $160M, and is one of the many contracts that will replace the WTA Warfighter FOCUS contract. Under this contract, Senspex will create, edit, produce and assist in the delivery of numerous after action reviews (AAR) and take home package (THP) for every training rotation at the NTC Ft. Irwin, CA. Senspex will also assist with the operation of the Mobile Video Units (MVU), Mobile After Action Review vans (MAAR), Video Teleconferencing (VTC) suites, and other devices used to transmit and/or enhance video. The National Training Center is the premier training stage for the United States Military and is often the last training opportunity prior to military deployment. Senspex is honored to have been working in this capacity at the National Training Center for over 10 years to-date.


The Instrumented Ranges/Digital Range Training Systems (IR/DRTS) program provides range modernization for heavy tactical vehicle training. This program supports modernizing aging live-fire training infrastructures with advanced digital instrumentation capabilities and enhanced after-action-review (AAR) tools, which includes cameras, targetry systems with audio/visual effects, data recording equipment, range control centers and scenario development technology. Senspex’s key role is to provide technical expertise and to design and install field camera stations.


The U.S. Army Contracting Command awarded Senspex a five-year indefinite-delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) Contract to provide spare parts and Field Service Representative (FSR) support for live-fire training ranges under the Army Targetry System (ATS) program within the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). As part of the ATS program, live-fire training exercises by U.S. forces and/or its allies are conducted for the purpose of developing and improving military combat skills. This training is accomplished in various geographical locations throughout the world and under a variety of environmental conditions. Within the scope of the overall contract, contractor(s) to provide sustainment support for Moving Infantry Targets (MITs), Moving Armor Target (MATs), Stationary Infantry Targets (SITs), Stationary Armor Targets (SATs), and camera/video systems associated with these targets. The combined estimated contract value for all delivery orders resulting from this contract is $1,075,000.00.

Senspex is a participant as a qualified imaging system supplier for prime contracts serving the Army Targetry System (ATS) Program / U.S. Army TACOM Command. The United States Government has a requirement to procure live-fire training ranges to be installed at various geographical locations throughout the world under the ATS program. These ranges will be utilized by U.S. forces and/or its allies for the purpose of developing and improving the combat skills of war fighters used to conduct military exercises and/or participate in actual combat actions against opposing forces.


The Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) contract, awarded by the Army Contracting Command Orlando, supports of the US Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) which will sustain more than 300,000 TADSS systems used in several locations worldwide for seven years, including live-fire ranges and instrumentation systems. As a Lockheed Martin team member of ATMP, Senspex will provide offsite, depot level repair of camera systems including thermal imaging cameras and Electro-Optical Sensor Systems (EOSS). The contract has a ceiling value of $3.53B to sustain training aids, devices, simulators and simulations (TADSS) systems across several locations worldwide.


The Warrior Enabling Broad Sensor (WEBS) support contract, totaling $1.78B, provides sensor technology engineering, administrative and operations support, field technology assistance, test and evaluation, and engineering support and services for night vision and electronic sensor systems and the rest of the sensor research and development community.


Senspex is a supplier of surveillance equipment to the Department of Homeland Security under the TechOps contract. TechOps ID/IQ The Technical Investigative Surveillance Equipment is a multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle, specifically designed to procure technical investigative surveillance equipment for use during lawfully authorized criminal investigations. As a GWAC, other Federal Agencies with Law Enforcement Authority may also utilize these contracts. TechOps encompasses covert audio equipment, covert video equipment, and ancillary services.


The Army Training Support System (TSS) is a system of systems that provides the networked, integrated, interoperable training support necessary to enable an operationally relevant training environment for warfighters. This indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) award totals $490.9 million, with a one-year base period and four option years.



The Navy has awarded 1,870 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contracts (MACs) to businesses in multiple locations across the United States, the District of Columbia, and Guam for future competition of support service requirements. The government estimates approximately $5 billion of services will be procured per year for a period of 5 years via orders issued under the SeaPort-NxG multiple awards contract. Senspex was specifically awarded potential work in Engineering, Technical and Programmatic Support Services.