Cape Henry Associates (CHA) has been awarded a 12-month contract with United States Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) in support of Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) initiatives. The contract will run from June 2019 through May 2020 and provides Career-Long Learning Continuum Analysis and Support. The purpose of the USFFC effort is to identify and coordinate the career-long training requirements necessary for both the individual Sailor and the Fleet in order to provide for quicker learning and better knowledge retention.
“This contract award adds to CHA’s RRL-focused business portfolio alongside our other programs like the Carrier-Advanced Reconfigurable Training System (C-ARTS), and the continued development of our Lighthouse technology stack via DoD investment through SBIR Phase III contracts,” said CHA Chief Revenue Officer Chuck Wythe. “This win is in line with our vision for CHA’s involvement in the future of Navy training. We are looking downrange and there is nothing in that view that isn’t RRL, LVC, AI, and AR. Our long-term business strategies reflect that observation. Our internal R&D initiatives reflect that observation. Our product roadmaps reflect that observation. And now our training and training systems business growth are validating that observation.”