Cubic Corp. headquarters in Kearny Mesa. Courtesy Cubic
Cubic Corp. headquarters in Kearny Mesa. Courtesy Cubic

San Diego-based Cubic Corporation announced Tuesday it is one of 109 companies sharing a $5.75 billion contract from the General Services Administration to provide employee and organization training for the federal government.

Cubic’s global defense unit will provide customized training and employee development, human capital strategy and organizational performance improvement services. The contract is for five years with an option to extend another five years.

The General Services Administration will handle contract administration while the Office of Personnel Management will manage the training programs.

“As part of our NextTraining strategy, Cubic is focused on raising organizational readiness and optimizing human performance in all government settings,” said Chris Bellios, senior vice president of defense and intelligence services for Cubic Global Defense.

“We look forward to working with GSA, OPM and various government organizations to expand the impact and accessibility of organizational government performance solutions,” he added.

Cubic is a leading provider of live, virtual and game-based training for the U.S. military and allied forces.

Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.