NCI wins Norad IT services deal

NCI Inc. won a contract potentially worth $31.3 million to
supply IT services to the North American Aerospace Defense Command
and the Northern Command. The one-year base contract is worth $8.8
million and includes three option years.

Terms of the contract call for NCI of Reston, Va., to furnish
command, control, communications and computer system IT services.
Specifically, the company will provide IT consulting and migration
services, assess and maintain legacy systems, and develop solutions
to implement and sustain and enterprise information management

The Air Force awarded the work through its Network Centric
Solutions contract. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity
contract is designed to enable the Air Force to capitalize on the
latest information technologies to advance its net-centric

NCI has 1,400 employees and had annual revenue of $191.3 million
in fiscal 2005. The company ranks No.71 on Washington Technology’s 2006 Top 100

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