NCI awarded another task order at Fort Bragg

Today, NCI Information Systems, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order worth $6.4 million by the Fort Bragg Network Enterprise Center (NEC) IT Support Services. It calls for NCI to provide support of the U.S. Army Signal NEC in support of its on-site communications and network support services. The primary focus for the NEC is providing LandWarNet access and protection to the expeditionary forces based at Fort Bragg.

The work is to be completed by September 2010, and the task order complements several recent task orders supporting the Fort Bragg installation.

“NCI is extremely gratified to have been selected to provide these mission-critical IT services to the NEC-Fort Bragg, ” said NCI chariman and CEO Charles Narang. “We appreciate the confidence that has been shown in awarding this work to our company and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial association as we deliver best-in-class IT services to our soldiers, airmen and sailors. This work, in combination with the recently awarded FORSCOM/USARC BRAC, and the Fort Bragg Data Center Infrastructure task orders at Fort Bragg, provides us with an excellent platform for long-term growth and expansion.”

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