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PEO, BRAC Work Spur Growth for NCI

NCI (NASDAQ: NCIT) announced first quarter 2011 revenue of $150.2 million, all organic, an increase of 31 percent over first quarter 2010 revenues of $115.0 million.

According to the firm, “the year-over-year increase in revenue was attributable primarily to growth in the Army Program Executive Office Soldier and Base Realignment and Closure contracts, as well as network management and analysis services under new and existing contracts.

“We firmly believe that NCI is positioned in a number of exciting platforms that will drive growth and profitability for the rest of 2011 and beyond, ” CEO Charles Narang said. “NCI has the leadership and employee motivation to realize our billion-dollar vision and deliver long-term value for our customers, employees and shareholders.”

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