NCI Wins Air Force Research Lab IT Services Task Order; Brian Clark Comments

NCINCI Inc. has won a $9.5 million task order to provide information technology services to the Air Force Research Laboratory‘s site in Rome, N.Y.

The company will support the laboratory’s communications and computers branch, information handling branch and financial management division, NCI asaid Tuesday.

Brian Clark, NCI president, said the company will aim to help AFRL’s Rome Research Site discover, develop and integrate IT offerings for warfighters to use in the air, space and cyber domains.

NCI will support technology updates and video conferences, manage enterprise systems, stage IT assets and destage network hardware and software.

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