NCI wins $63 million task order from U.S. Army for C4I/IT support in Korea

NCI wins $63 million task order from U.S. Army for C4I/IT support in Korea
NCI wins $63 million task order from U.S. Army for C4I/IT support in Korea
The U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC), Fort Huachuca Engineering Directorate, recently awarded NCI Inc. a $63 million task order for engineering and support services for the U.S. Army Garrison–Humphreys (USA-H).
 
The order, which has a one-year base period and four further one-year options, will see NCI provide support in the Korea Transformation/Yongsan Relocation Plan/Land Partnership efforts. This includes services for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence/information technology (C4I/IT) infrastructure and systems at four facilities under construction at Camp Humphreys.

C4I assets and capabilities, both for U.S. Forces Korea and for the United Nations Command, are currently located in Yongsan, in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, and through this program will be relocated to areas north of the city.
 
“This new award results from NCI’s qualifications and experience in successfully leading major C4I/IT headquarters implementation tasks in support of USAISEC and its critical customers,” NCI President and CEO Brian Clark said. “Over the last seven years, our work has supported the U.S. Forces Command and Defense Information Systems Agency headquarters base realignment and closure projects. This current project provides NCI a significant presence on the Korean Peninsula that will facilitate the expansion of our C4I/IT support services in the Pacific theater.”

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