NCI has been awarded an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide support services to the US Army National Guard's (ARNG) training systems integration branch.
The single-source contract, which began in 2013, includes a six-month base performance period with three one-year options and a maximum potential value of $30m.
Under the agreement, the company will provide a broad spectrum of training services aligned with the army training and doctrine command's (TRADOC) army-learning concept 2015 (ALC 2015), including distributed learning content development, and online portal and facilities management.
NCI president Brian Clark said the company will support the ARNG's training systems integration branch in its mission to provide technology-enabled training content, access, delivery, and management to further boost the command's readiness.
"This new work expands our 20-year partnership with the National Guard in providing mission-critical support to our nation's soldiers," Clark said.
Also known as Pamphlet 525-8-2, the ALC 2015 is a document developed by the TRADOC, which describes a holistic and integrated training environment. It gives soldiers, leaders and units the capability to execute a full spectrum of operations.
Specifically, the document is learner-centric, more engaging, relevant, rigorous and accessible for recruits who grew up in a digital world, as well as seasoned army professionals with repeated deployments.