NCI Lands $270M DoD Joint Service Provider Support Contract

NCI Information Systems has secured a four-year, $269.9M contract from the Washington Headquarters Services to provide information technology support to the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Joint Service Provider.

The company will aim to help JSP users understand the organization’s current operating environment as well as apply technology platforms and best practices from industry to simplify operations, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Contract work will take place in the Pentagon and the National Capital Region through July 29, 2023. WHS used fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance funds to cover the full obligated amount.

Established in 2015, JSP consolidates the delivery of IT support services to more than 38K DoD customers.

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