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U.S. Army Awards NCI $58M Mission Support Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded IT services and solutions firm NCI, Inc. (NYSE: NCIT) a competitive, single-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract worth approximately $58 million. NCI will provide mission support services to the Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Signal Command Army office of Plans and Engineering through global enterprise network planning and engineering support. The NETCOM contract consists of a base year and two one-year options with performance beginning in June 2011.

NCI’s support will include policy definition, capability management, project integration, operational and security engineering, information assurance and configuration management.

“NETCOM/9th SC (A)/G5 has a critical mission in the Army’s critical infrastructure and transformation initiatives, ’ said NCI President Terry Glasglow. “We intimately understand and are honored to have the opportunity to continue our role in the Army’s transformation and in support of IT capabilities and services for the soldier. We are committed to being an integral part of NETCOM’s core mission in supporting global network enterprise capabilities. We look forward to building upon and expanding our partnership with NETCOM and assisting them in their vital mission.”

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