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April 27, 2022 – (Orlando, FL) – Mick Golson, president of Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc. (ECS), announced that ECS has been awarded a U.S. Navy Medical Modeling and Simulation Training (NMMAST) program contract by USA Learning (USAL). The contract provides support to strengthen medical education and training for healthcare teams and patients utilizing advanced learning technologies and methodologies; it also includes local simulation program management, operations and maintenance, and Program Management Office (PMO) staff support for the development and delivery of this training. Richard A. Madrid, Jr., ECS Vice President of Global Services, will lead the new task order and Danielle Golson will be the Project Manager.

Mick Golson states: “It’s an honor to provide medical modeling and simulation training to the healthcare teams and patients who serve and protect our country. ECS has been supporting our U.S. military service members since 1997 and has direct familiarity with this task order. While our roots are in technology, our innovative team continues to integrate these skills with global training solutions to strengthen our service members for their missions.”

Under the task order, ECS will provide support to NMMAST’s mission to identify, evaluate, validate, procure, and use advanced learning technologies and methodologies to improve medical training and education for the purpose of improving healthcare outcomes. In addition, ECS will deliver technical support to design, develop, and deliver medical training simulation capabilities at Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) and operational training sites throughout the world. Services will be based upon mission requirements and directives from the Navy Surgeon General and the Naval Medical Forces Support Command and will be focused on education and training and Graduate Medical Education efforts. Work will be performed at the Navy PMO, designated Navy Medical Service Simulation Centers, MTFs, Defense Health Agency markets, Centers for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills, operational simulation sites, Navy Medicine Operational Training Centers, and Sustained Medical and Readiness Training medical facilities.

Madrid adds: “We take immense pride in having the opportunity to once again support the United States Navy’s Medical Modeling and Simulation Training Program and we’re excited to continue collaborating with our knowledgeable team of medical professionals on this project. Our military roots are deep, and ECS is proud to contribute to the successful education and training of our Navy military service members.”