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December 16, 2010

NCI bags $16.4bn rapid response-third generation contract from US Army

Technology insertion, system integration and installation, fabrication/prototyping, testing and certification, studies and analyses

By CBR Staff Writer

NCI, a provider of IT, engineering, and professional services and offerings to US Federal Government agencies, has been awarded a contract for the Rapid Response-Third Generation (R2-3G) Program.

The R2-3G program is a multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract supporting the US Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (CECOM LCMC).

The IDIQ has a five-year period of performance and has a total ceiling price of $16.4bn for all awardees and is a new contract for NCI.

NCI and its business partners will provide technology insertion, system integration and installation, fabrication/prototyping, testing and certification, studies and analyses, logistic support services, training and engineering support services, including re-engineering and reverse engineering, for a range of equipment and services.

The contract is available to Department of Defense and other Federal, State and Local Government agencies.

NCI pesident Terry Glasgow said the R2-3G contract is an important program for CECOM and their customers as they address their critical mission areas, especially at a time when they are relocating from Fort Monmouth New Jersey to the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.

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