Army Training Models (ATM)

TAPE has been the prime contractor for Army Training Models (ATM) since awarded the contract in 2007, winning four recompetes along the way. We have an exceptional team of subject matter experts within the company and through our partnerships with CACI, Guidehouse, KSA Integration, L3/SAIC, and OBXtek. ATM is a major part of the Army’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process. We supports this effort through data analysis, software development and staff support. We work with the Active Army, the Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve to develop and allocate training resources using the Battalion Level Training Model, the Training Resource Model, the Aviation Training Resource Model, and Institutional Training Resource Model (ITRM), ITRM Per Capita Cost Factor Website, Course Level Training Model, Training and Doctrine Development Quality Assurance Model, Training Resource Model Information System, Analytical Workspace Model, and Manday Resource Model.

TAPE’s scope of work on this contract includes: Software Maintenance, Software Development Support, Training, Custom Analysis, and Staff Support at the Pentagon, Ft. Eustis, Ft. Belvoir, Ft. Bragg, Ft. Rucker, and Ft. Sill. Having primed this contract for more than 13 years, TAPE brings consistency, specialized expertise, and institutional knowledge to ATM. Jeff Wisch serves as the ATM Program Manager. “ATM is a prime example of TAPE’s ability to spearhead the management of large programs while leveraging the capabilities and expertise of its subcontracting partners,” said Wisch. “With this contract renewal, our goal is to continue to provide excellent service as verified by the stellar ratings we’ve received on our Army CPARs.”