NCI Secures Prime Position on $800M Army TEIS IV Contract
The U.S. Army has awarded NCI Information Systems a prime spot on its 10-year, $800 million Total Engineering and Integration Services IV contract vehicle. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract allows the Army to procure technology and development services to support global command and control operations.
NCI will provide necessary support services at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, and at other Army facilities and deployments in other parts of the world. The company will ensure that the service receives secure infrastructure, planning, design, development, testing and other required services.
Services to be offered must also ensure that warfighters will operate securely and efficiently, NCI said Thursday.
The Reston, Virginia-based company is one of five companies that secured a prime spot on TEIS IV. Paul Dillahay, a 2022 Wash100 winner and the president and CEO of NCI, said the company will use its Empower AI Platform and other engineering, cybersecurity and integration services to meet the Army’s needs.
The company will support the Army Information Systems Engineering Command’s Total Engineering and Integration Services. NCI also supported TEIS III, the contract vehicle that preceded the new Army C2, technology and development IDIQ.
NCI offers advanced analytics and data science, digital transformation, engineering and logistics and IT service management services to government clients. It is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and has multiple offices across the U.S.
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