NCI tasked with network ops support for Army

The work at Fort Gordon, Ga., also includes developing modeling and simulation, information-dissemination management tools, data, products and analysis.

NCI Inc. has been awarded a three-year competitive task order from the Army worth $6.4 million to provide modeling, simulation and network operations security center engineering support, the company announced June26.

The contractor will provide the Army’s Signal Center of Excellence, Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Experimentation Division at Fort Gordon, Ga., with modeling, simulation and network operations security center engineering support.

The task includes developing modeling and simulation tools, information-dissemination management tools, data, products, analysis methods and deliverables to use for the Army’s communications experimentation and analytical requirements.

NCI also will maintain the network operations security center for the Battle Lab Collaborative Simulation Environment, which supports the Training and Doctrine Command’s distributed experimentation events in a secure classified environment, the announcement said.

NCI, of Reston, Va., ranks No. 54 on Washington Technology’s 2012 Top 100 list of the largest federal government contractors.