US-based provider of cybersecurity solutions NetCentrics has secured a contract to provide IT shared services support to the US Army.
The Compute and Application Services (CAS) contract requires the company to supply IT services for the US Department of Defence (Dod), as well as select agencies and organisations under the US federal government.
Valued at $50m, the contract includes one base year and two option years.
Work will be performed at the Pentagon and in the National Capital Region (NCR).
NetCentrics CEO Bob Dougherty said: "We have supported this organisation since 1996 and are proud to continue our support of the mission, ensuring efficient and effective delivery of IT services to the NCR DoD community. We are excited to continue our relationship as the JSP evolves."
NetCentrics is a leading provider of enterprise systems management, solutions engineering, application development, cyber-security and innovation services for the Department of Defense, Homeland Security and other federal agencies.
Last month, the company won a contract to provide front-office IT support for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) and its supported organisations, and the Pentagon Force Protection Agency.