Information technology service provider NCI of Reston, Virginia recently obtained a three-year, $21 million project with the U.S. Army, continuing a track record of partnership with the military to deliver solutions pertinent to Army medical sites.
The task order contracts the firm to provide IT assistance under a Total Engineering and Integration Services (TEIS) III proposal for longtime client USAISEC -- the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command in Fort Detrick, Maryland -- specifically its engineering directorate (ISEC-FDED).
“NCI is pleased to continue this important work for the U.S. Army’s medical treatment facilities,” NCI President and CEO Paul Dillahay said. “This is the eighth award of this work to our company since 2011. We are proud of the modernization support we provide, ensuring state-of-the-art wired and wireless connectivity to aid in the treatment and well-being of our country’s warfighters.”
Experienced in national defense, intelligence, health and civilian needs, NCI will implement expansion, improvements and updates to the U.S. Army medical facility's wired and wireless local area networks. The TEIS III contract, which originated in 2011, features flexible terms for remittal, delivery, and quantity as determined by officials. Additionally, it provides for services required in affiliated remote facilities both in the U.S. and globally.
NCI Information Systems maintains over 100 international locations, with approximately 2,000 employees.