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April 4, 2010

NCI wins $14m task order for Network Enterprise Center

To provide IT support services for NEC at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield

By CBR Staff Writer

NCI, a provider of IT, engineering, logistics, professional services to US Federal Government agencies, said that it has won a single award task order under the ITES-2S contract with a value of approximately $14m, if all options are exercised, to provide IT support services for the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, GA.

The company said that the period of performance for the base and option periods are March 2010 to March 2015. The competitive task order represents new work for NCI.

Under the contract, NCI will support the US Garrison at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, and the third Infantry Division, also located at Fort Stewart.

According to NCI, the task order provides IT services to the NEC, including support for Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfields wireless and wired local area networks, including cybersecurity and information assurance support, server, storage, cluster and database administration support.

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In addition, IT services to NEC include software support for desktop and server systems; email and active directory administration; network fault management; and maintenance and repair of microcomputer systems.

Terry Glasgow, president of NCI, said: “Our unique and deep experience working with other Army Network Enterprise Centers (including Fort Bragg, Fort Belvoir, Fort Lewis, and Fort Carson); as well as Major Army Commands (HQ Army Material Command and HQ Forscom) and Joint Commands (USTranscom, USNorthcom and USTratcom); along with our significant role in supporting US Army Netcom provide us a powerful platform to help Fort Stewart meet its mission requirements.”

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