RESTON, Va., Aug. 17 (UPI) -- Information technology company NCI Inc. has won a competitively awarded contract for services to U.S. Army Information Technology Agency.
Under the $19.8 million award, NCI's services to USAITA's Office of the Chief Technology Officer will include program and project management, technology planning and forecasting, policy and process development, enterprise laboratory activity management and enterprise architecture artifact development.
"NCI is delighted to have been awarded this key strategic contract supporting USAITA, Office of the CTO, and its tradition of leading flexible customer-centric IT modernization efforts and delivering an unparalleled customer experience to USAITA customers and mission partners," NCI President Brian Clark said.
The contract is for one base year of performance with two 1-year options and a 6-month extension option.
NCI said that in addition to supporting USAITA's own goals and capabilities, its work will support the agency in its collaboration with the U.S. intelligence community and any surge requirements.
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