Trideum Corporation was selected by the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center to provide analytical and research support to improve mission command capabilities for the U.S. Army Mission Command Center of Excellence at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.


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“This is an incredible opportunity for Trideum to lead a collaborative team that will enable the Army to effectively exercise Mission Command activities and resources with its coalition partners,” said Van Sullivan, Trideum Corporation president.

Under this task order contract, Trideum and its subcontractor teammate will conduct research, analytics and integration of the Unified Action Partner (UAP) Multinational Interoperability (MNI) implementation plan into the framework of Mission Command for the Army Capabilities Manager, Mission Command/ Command Post.

Trideum will support the UAP Integrated Learning Plan, facilitate Mission Command interoperability between the Army and its partners, and produce UAP interoperability handbooks, guides, white papers and other documents to enable UAP interoperability with Army forces across echelons. 

Trideum won this task order under its U.S. Army Combined Arms Center multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) support services contract.