NCI wins $211m contract to provide logistics to US Army

23 June 2016 (Last Updated June 23rd, 2016 04:15)

Professional services provider NCI has won a $211m to provide agile acquisition, systems engineering and logistics services to the US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier headquarters and subordinate PEO programmes at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

Professional services provider NCI has won a $211m to provide agile acquisition, systems engineering and logistics services to the US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier headquarters and subordinate PEO programmes at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

The contract is for one year, and has options to extend it to four years.

A continuation of the previous order, the new deal includes systems engineering and technical assistance services.

"We are extremely proud to continue our support of the US Army's PEO Soldier Program and expand our effort through this new contract."

NCI will provide engineering, quality assurance, test, acquisition, business management, logistics and fielding, and operations and administrative support.

NCI president and CEO Brian J Clark said: "We are extremely proud to continue our support of the US Army's PEO Soldier Program and expand our effort through this new contract.

"Our team is uniquely qualified to provide cost-effective and agile services necessary to serve the PEO's mission, as we have for more than 20 years. We look forward to continuing to bring our capability and experience to this imperative operation supporting today's warfighter."

In September, NCI was selected by the US Army to provide a range of engineering, architecture, integration and readiness support services to the US Army Central Technical Support Facility at Fort Hood, Texas.

The $14.5m cost-plus-fixed-fee task order consists of a ten-month base period and two 12-month option periods under NCI's R2-3G indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.

NCI is also providing IT services in support of the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, under a $14.9m bagged in July.