Prince George County contractor lands $807M GSA task order
NCI Information Systems to work on IT strategy
The General Services Administration awarded Prince George County-based tech contractor NCI Information Systems Inc. an $807 million task order to work on the administration’s IT strategy, the company announced Thursday. This marks NCI’s largest award in its 31-year history.
Under the task order awarded by the GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), NCI will work on the agency’s digital transformation, adding intelligent automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
“We are very excited for this incredible opportunity to work closely with the GSA IDT team, who are truly trailblazers in the federal IT arena and pride themselves on delivering innovation excellence,” NCI President and CEO Paul A. Dillahay said in a statement. “GSA is a new customer for NCI, and we are honored they have trusted us to lead this effort.”
The task order has a one-year base, with a maximum of seven performance years.
Founded in 1989, NCI provides information technology services (including artificial intelligence) to U.S. defense, intelligence, health and civilian government agencies. The company last year reported more than $268 million in revenue and employs more than 1,000 people.