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Paul Dillahay: NCI to Support DISA Joint Service Provider Under $270M Contract

Jeff Brody
Paul Dillahay

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 29, 2019 — NCI Information Systems received a four-year, $269.9M contract to help the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Joint Service Provider manage enterprise IT infrastructure for the Department of Defense, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 22.

The company said Oct 22 it will implement modern technology platforms and apply industry best practices through the JSP IT Support Services–Service Delivery contract.

Paul Dillahay, president and CEO at NCI, said the company intends to use its Shai framework "to reduce administrative burden, automate repetitive tasks and share knowledge across the enterprise that will enable our team to deliver unparalleled support to JSP customers."

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