NCI wins $158.3M contract to provide services to PEO Soldier offices

NCI Information Systems Inc. has won a $158.3 million contract to provide fielding and logistics services to the Program Executive Office Soldier and other related offices, the company announced Friday.

Others included in the award are subordinate PEO/S offices and associated Defense Department organizations with related missions. Specifically, these offices and organizations are:

  • Project Manager, Soldier Protection and Individual Equipment
  • Project Manager, Soldier Sensors and Lasers
  • Project Manager, Soldier Warrior

The contract may also be used by the following test organizations:

  • Army Test and Evaluation Command,
  • U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and subordinate schools and organizations
  • Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology and subordinate schools and organizations
  • Army Staff Department
  • Other Program Executive Office offices and subordinate project managers

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