NCI to provide Army with IT services under $11M contract

NCI Inc. has won an $11 million contract to provide the Army with IT services in support of the Southeast Regional Network Enterprise Center at Fort Stewart, Ga.

Fort Stewart, as designated by the Army, is the Southeast Regional Network Enterprise Center with the responsibility to support Army IT networks across Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and North Carolina.

Under the contract, NCI will provide integrated, end-to-end IT services for both classified and unclassified networks at all locations supported by the center, the company said in a release.

NCI will provide network administration, systems administration, systems integration and testing, configuration management, infrastructure management, end-user support and training, hardware/software fielding, quality control, information and network security services, and database support.

The contract was awarded under NCI’s ITES-2S contract.

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