NCI Wins $807M Digital Transformation Task From GSA
NCI Information Systems has won an $807M task order to support the General Services Administration's Office of Digital Infrastructure Technologies.
GSA's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded the contract under the Alliant 2 government-wide acquisition contract. The task order has a one-year base period of performance and a maximum of seven years, NCI said Thursday.
“We are very excited for this incredible opportunity to work closely with the GSA IDT team, who are truly trailblazers in the federal IT arena and pride themselves on delivering innovation excellence," said NCI CEO and President Paul Dillahay, a Potomac Officers Club member and two-time Wash100 winner.
Under the Digital Innovation for GSA Infrastructure Technologies task order, NCI will support GSA's information technology strategy and complete the agency's shift to a fully digital experience.
The contractor said it has assembled a team of technologists who will help GSA adopt emerging technologies such as intelligent automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
GSA will be able to take advantage of progressive technologies and best practices to shift its offerings and create a more flexible service delivery model.
Dillahay said modernizing the GSA's aging infrastructure and technology will accelerate operational processes and create more efficient ways to serve the agency's internal customers.
“This GSA award announcement is a strong validation of our mission to empower the government workforce through the adoption of cutting‑edge innovation and emerging technologies,” the CEO added.
NCI is an IT company that provides enterprise solutions and services to defense, intelligence, health and civilian government agencies.
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