The TEIS IV is a ten-year multiple-award indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, with a ceiling value of $800m. There are five prime positions on the contract.
Under the contract, NCI will continue to offer engineering and integration services to USAISEC. This includes cybersecurity services at locations around the world.
The TEIS IV involves supporting secure locations around the globe, and offering infrastructure, planning, design, development, testing and related services.
NCI also supported the preceding TEIS III contract.
NCI president and CEO Paul A. Dillahay said: “Our team was honoured to be selected again to support the TEIS programme, and to have the opportunity to continue to serve our army customers.
“NCI takes great pride in supporting USAISEC programmes, as we’ve done for well over a decade.
“We look forward to continuing our outstanding work by providing cutting-edge engineering, cybersecurity and integration services to the army, including leveraging our empower AI platform, to help them achieve mission success around the world.”
As agreed, NCI will work on the TEIS IV contract at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. It will also support US Army facilities and deployments worldwide.
NCI provides advanced information technology solutions and professional services to US government agencies. It is headquartered in Reston, Virginia.
Earlier this month, the US Army awarded Axiologic Solutions a position on its event, planning, operations and support (EPOS) contract.