LEAVENWORTH, Kan., April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- nFocus Software has been awarded a $150,000 task order from the U.S. Army's Combined Arms Center (CAC) to provide facilitators to the Center for Command Team Development (CCTD) at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
The CCTD is responsible for the Army-wide education and training of command teams, Commanders, Command Sergeants Major (CSM) and their spouses.
nFocus, along with its partner, General Dynamics Information Technology, will provide instructional/facilitation support in the development, evaluation and presentation of course material and subjects related to group dynamics, trauma, leadership and communications.
Initial delivery was made in March and facilitation services for two courses will continue through March of 2012. The Command Team Spouse Development Program (CTSDP) – Battalion is a program for the spouses of Battalion Commanders and CSMs. The Personal Awareness and Leadership Seminar (PALS) is a program for the spouses of students attending the Command and General Staff College (CGSC) Intermediate Level Education (ILE) course.
The task order is part of the CAC Omnibus Contract awarded earlier this year to a team of companies led by nFocus Software.
About nFocus Software
nFocus Software is the leading provider of performance management, training, and outcome measurement software to the public sector. For more than 16 years, nFocus Software has successfully implemented solutions for customers of all sizes. The company's youth and education solutions track and measure outcomes for more than 3.8 million children in all 50 states and Canada. nFocus Software's customers include nonprofit organizations, Fortune 500 companies, and city, state, and federal government. nFocus Software's solutions capably serve organizations ranging from local sites with fewer than 100 individuals, to state-wide deployments serving thousands of individuals, to the United States Army where their solutions are used to track the training and mission readiness of over 2 million Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilian.
About Combined Arms Center (CAC) and Fort Leavenworth
Since 1882, CAC and its predecessor organizations have been engaged in the primary mission of preparing the Army and its leaders for war. At present, this mission is divided between preparing the Army for the Global War on Terrorism and transforming it to meet future threats.
To accomplish these critical missions, CAC provides Army-wide leadership and supervision for leader development and professional military and civilian education; institutional and collective training; functional training; training support; battle command; doctrine; lessons learned; and other specified areas that the TRADOC Commander designates. All of these are focused toward making CAC a catalyst for change and to support the development of a relevant and ready ground force to support joint, interagency and multinational operations anywhere in the world.