NCI to Install Wi-Fi at Army Medical Facilities; Brian Clark Comments

NCINCI Inc. has won a $19.4 million task order to provide information technology services to the U.S. Army‘s Information Systems Engineering Command.

IT services will include work to develop, install and evaluate wired and wireless local area networks at Army medical treatment locations, NCI said Tuesday.

Brian Clark, NCI’s president, said the company intends to continue its services for the Fort Detrick, Md.-based USAISEC engineering directorate.

The Total Engineering and Information Systems III contract began in March 2011.

The new contract contains an 18-month base period and two 18-month options.

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