NCI wins multiple task orders totaling $27.1M for C4I/IT support

NCI will help plan, design and install new systems for the Army Information Systems Engineering Command.

NCI Inc. has won multiple task orders totaling $27.1 million under the Total Engineering and Information Systems III contract, in support of the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command.

“These awards leverage NCI’s past successes while introducing novel technological solutions to the DoD enterprise,” said Brian J. Clark, NCI president. Periods of performance are up to two years.

Under the orders, NCI will provide services similar to base realignment and closure support services, including surveying, design, installation and testing.

These services will go toward command, control, communications, computers and intelligence/information technology relocation tasks.

The company also will help engineer, furnish, install and test capabilities on local area network and wireless local area network, the company said.

The following Defense Department customers will be supported through these task order awards: the Special Operations Command South, the Network Enterprise Technology Command, Military Health System Cyber-Infrastructure Services, and the Military Construction Army and Sustainment Repair/Maintenance program.

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