Under a $6.3 million Army information technology enterprise solutions-2 services contract, Virginia-based NCI Inc. will lead a team that includes Computers Universal Inc. in supporting network, systems and security management at Yongsan Garrison.
The task order, which includes four one-year options if exercised, will go to support the Army's Combined Forces Command and United States Forces Korea J6 Combined/Joint Network Operations Control Center.
"NCI is pleased to have been awarded this contract by the U.S. Army Contracting Command Korea C/JNCC Source Selection Branch," Terry Glasgow, NCI president, said in a statement.
"We look forward to building upon and expanding our partnership with CFC/USFK and assisting them in achieving their mission goals."
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