Reston, Va.-based NCI Inc. announced Oct. 15 that it has been awarded a contract to provide the U.S. Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) G3/5/7 cyber network operations and security support (CNOSS) services.
“NCI is proud to continue its service to NETCOM in this age of significant and growing cyber threats. With more than six years of experience supporting the predecessor Global Network Enterprise Planning and Engineering contract, as well as other efforts for the U.S. Army and its warfighters, NCI brings outstanding solutions and a thorough understanding of NETCOM’s current and future mission and organizational structure needs,” NCI President Brian J. Clark said. “This award places NCI at the forefront of cyber network operations and security in support of NETCOM, the U.S. Army and joint cyber network operations initiatives.”
Valued at $125 million, it’s a cost-plus-fixed-fee, single-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. It has a 12-month base period with two one-year option periods and one six-month option period.
NETCOM is the U.S. Army’s Global Network Enterprise (GNE) service provider that executes full-spectrum cyber operations and attains information superiority. The enterprise plans, engineers, installs, integrates, protects and operates Army Cyberspace, enabling Mission Command through each phase of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational operations. NETCOM’s capabilities include Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM), Enterprise Collaboration Services (ECS), Joint Enterprise Email and Global Ticketing Consolidation (GTC).
WashingtonExec covered NCI Inc. in August when the company was awarded a $5.2 million task order to continue its support of U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command.