NCI to Provide C5I/IT Systems to Army Futures Command
NCI Information Systems has added to its portfolio a contract to provide command, control, communications, computers, cyber and intelligence/information technology systems to the Army Futures Command headquarters. The 17-month contract was awarded by the Army Information Systems Engineering Command, NCI announced Tuesday.
NCI was tasked to provide engineering, furnishing, installing, securing and testing services for AFC's C5I/IT systems, among other IT systems development and support services.
NCI shall also deliver systems integration, project management support data, on-site training and equipment warranty.
CEO and President Paul Dillahay said the contract will allow the company to deliver essential IT services to the AFC. "This is a really important milestone for us," he added.
The AFC plays an important role in the Army's effort to modernize its systems and technologies for the benefit of warfighters.
NCI is a Reston-based defense and space company that serves U.S. defense, intelligence, health and civilian government agencies.
The company specializes in big data and data analytics, health IT and program integrity, cybersecurity and information assurance, engineering and logistics, artificial intelligence, hyper-converged infrastructure and Agile development, according to NCI's LinkedIn profile.
Category: Future Trends
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