NCI Awarded Seven Year Contract by US Army

The US Army has awarded NCI a contract to provide IT services for the Corporate Information Office (CIO) of the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI); the U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Belvoir Directorate of Information Management; and the U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Carson Directorate of Information Management. The contract, worth $309 million, and will be executed over the next seven years.

Under the contract, NCI will provide infrastructure support services, a range of IT services and systems engineering. Charles Narang, CEO at NCI, said “It has been an honor to support our PEO STRI CIO customer for the past five years and more recently the DOIMs at Fort Belvoir and Fort Carson. This program win substantiates NCI’s outstanding performance on these predecessor contracts. Our goal remains to continue to support our customers’ transformational vision, provide outstanding IT services to their end users, and remain on the leading edge of technology. We once again look forward to the opportunity to continue our relationship as we support these important customers in the delivery of their daily mission.”

NCI’s president, Terry Glasgow, said “NCI is thrilled to have been awarded this task order contract. This contract enables us to continue our relationship with these important U.S. Army customers and deliver innovative, cost-effective services for PEO STRI, FB-DOIM, and FCCO-DOIM. We look forward to supporting our customers’ transformational goals while meeting the needs of their end users in accomplishing their critical missions today and over the life of the program.”

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