NCI awarded $4.2 million task order

Yesterday, NCI, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order from the Fort Bragg Data Centers Infrastructure worth potentially $4.2 million. This award complements NCI’s $48.9 million FORSCOM BRAC task order, which was announced earlier this month.

Under the terms of the contract, NCI will provide data network and storage infrastructure to support the new Installation Processing Node (IPN) and Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) facilities at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The IPN will house data centers for FORSCOM, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), and the Fort Bragg Director of Infrastructure Management (DOIM). The DRC will provide disaster recovery systems in support of FORSCOM and USARC systems.

“NCI and its team member, Booz Allen Hamilton, are pleased to have been selected to provide detailed engineering, procurement, installation, cutover, test, and integration services for the Fort Bragg Data Center Infrastructure work, ” said NCI president Terry Glasgow. “This work, in combination with the previously announced FORSCOM BRAC work provides an outstanding opportunity to support the relocation of FORSCOM and USARC HQ C4I/IT from their current headquarters in the Atlanta-area to new facilities at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.”

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