NCI awarded $4 million task order to support Air Force

On Thursday, NCI, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order to support the fielding and sustainment of the AFWay II Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Modernization throughout the U.S. Air Force. The task order, which is worth approximately $4 million, is a continuation of earlier efforts in developing the AFWay II ERP pilot system and will run through September 2010.

The contract calls for both NCI and SRA International to provide the AFWay II Program Office with deployment of the production-ready AFWay II application into the operational environment. AFWay is a web-based system for purchasing Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Information Technology (IT) products.

NCI chief operating officer William M. Parker said, “NCI and its team member, SRA, are pleased to have been selected for this NETCENTS award. It further demonstrates our commitment to the NETCENTS contract and transformational initiatives, like AFWay, that are so essential to the U.S. Air Force’s IT modernization efforts.”

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