NCI announced yesterday that it has been awarded a competitive task order valued at $6.4 million to provide modeling, simulation, and network operations security center (NOSC) engineering support for the United States Army’s Signal Center of Excellence, Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Experimentation Division located at Fort Gordon, GA. The period of performance begins July 1st and includes a base year and two option years.
According to the task order, NCI will develop modeling and simulation tools, information-dissemination management tools, data, products, analysis methods, and deliverables for the Government to use in support of the Army’s current and future communications experimentation and analytical requirements.
The task also includes maintaining the NOSC for the Battle Lab Collaborative Simulation Environment (BLCSE), which supports all the Training and Doctrine Command’s distributed experimentation events in a classified environment. BLCSE support includes day-to-day operations for approximately 24 distributed sites in the areas of system administration, collaboration tools, network design, network and data implementation, and information assurance requirements.
Brian J. Clark, NCI’s president, remarked, “NCI is very pleased to broaden our relationship with the Army through services we will provide to the U.S. Army’s Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon. This award not only represents new business for NCI, but also a strategic entrée into a key new location. We look forward to supporting the mission of the Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Experimentation Division.”
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