NCI to Update Local Area Networks of Army Medical Facilities

NCI has won a three-year, $21 million task order to modernize wired and wireless local area networks currently installed at U.S. Army medical facilities and related outlying or remote posts worldwide.

The Army awarded the order through the multiple-award Total Engineering and Integration Services III contract that was unveiled in March 2011, NCI said Wednesday.

Paul Dillahay, president and CEO at NCI, said the order represents the eighth award the company has received from the service branch under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

NCI provides information technology support services to the Army Information Systems Engineering Command’s Engineering Directorate via the TEIS III contract.

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