NCI wins $40.7M Army cyber contract

NCI Information Systems has been tapped for cybersecurity services under a $40.7 million Army contract.

The Reston, Va., company will provide IT support services to the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command G3/5/7. Serivces will include cyber network operations and security support.

Funding and location of the work will be determined with each task order. The contract runs through March 31, 2018.

The Army ran a competitive process with 10 companies submitting bids.

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