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NJVC Wins Option On $379M NGA IT Services Contract

NJVC logo_GovConWireNJVC has won an option on a re-issued National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency information technology services contract potentially worth $379, 945, 641.

NGA re-issued the contract for administrative reasons and awarded the company an $11, 632, 110 option to continue providing enterprise operations and sustainment support worldwide, the Defense Department said.

The Chantilly, Va.-based company will perform work at 90 manned and 80 unmanned sites this calendar year under the cost-plus-award-fee and firm-fixed-price award.

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $295 million in awards from NGA in October 2012 to develop new types of services and information.

Those awards fall under a larger $873 million enterprise support and technical services contract to help provide NGA users geospatial intelligence data.

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