The U.S. Army has awarded an NCI subsidiary (NASDAQ:NCIT) a potential $125, 118, 224.75 contract to provide information technology services to the agency’s Network Enterprise Technology Command.
NCI Information Systems will analyze security compliance programs for the branch’s computer networks as well as the suitability of the systems to connect with the Global Information Grid and LandWarNet infrastructure, the Army said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps award notice.
The business will also support NETCOM on strategic planning, standards development, system configuration and sustainment of the Army’s Global Network Enterprise.
NETCOM is responsible for ensuring that Army’s IT systems and networks are responsive, protected and available to military users during intra- and inter-service missions.
The contract has a 12-month base period of performance, two one-year options and a six-month extension option.