NCI Books $57M Army IT, Audiovisual Tech Support Contract

NCI Books $57M Army IT, Audiovisual Tech Support Contract
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NCI Information Systems has landed a two-year, $57.3M contract to provide information technology support services to the U.S. Army and help the service branch engineer and install audiovisual systems.

The company will perform contract work at Fort Belvoir in Virginia through July 1, 2022, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The Army received one bid via an online solicitation process and used fiscal 2020 defense-wide funds for the procurement effort.

NCI offers IT service management, sustainment, modernization, artificial intelligence, engineering and logistics, and analytics and data science services to the federal civilian, defense and health markets.

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