NCI wins $30M contract to support Army Learning Concept 2015

NCI Inc. has won a $30 million contract to support the Army National Guard Training Systems Integration Branch.

Under the contract, NCI will provide training services aligned with the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Army Learning Concept 2015. This will include distributed learning content development, online portal management and facilities management, the company said in a release.

The Army Learning Concept is the Army’s visualization of how it will train and educate soldiers and leaders in individual knowledge, skills, attributes and abilities to execute full-spectrum operations in an era of persistent conflict, according to the Army.

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