NCI Gets $83.7M Order To Help With BRAC-mandated C4I/IT Move to Fort Meade

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NCI gets go-ahead after protest is withdrawn. (April 7/10) NCI in Reston, VA received a single-award task order to support the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence/Information Technology (C4I/IT) relocation effort at Ft Meade, MD. For this task order, NCI will be supporting the US Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC), Enterprise Systems Engineering Directorate. The potential value of the task order is $83.7 million if all options are exercised. The period of performance for the base and option period is Feb 22/10 to June 30/11. The task order was awarded under the Army’s Total Engineering and Integration Services (TEIS) contract, which has a ceiling value of $800 million. NCI’s TEIS contract number is 9128Z-06-D-0002. Under the task order, NCI will provide support for the relocation of the C4I/IT components from their current facilities to a new combined headquarters facility at Fort Meade, MD. The support to be provided by NCI includes design, procurement, implementation, integration, test and acceptance for common level services, including administrative telephone, secure voice, unclassified and classified local area networks, and audio visual services. In addition NCI will provide basic planning and transport services for the […]

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