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NCI Wins Air Carrier Analysis Support Contract for U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command

May 20, 2014

NCI, Inc., a provider of information technology (IT) and professional solutions and services to U.S. Federal Government agencies, announced that it was awarded a contract valued at $3.5 million to provide air carrier analysis support (ACAS) services for the U.S. Air Force.

According to a release, the work will enable the Air Mobility Command (AMC) to continue its congressionally mandated oversight of commercial air carriers and management of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet. The contract consists of a six-month base period with four additional one-year option periods through 2018.

NCI reported that it will maintain and enhance the ACAS system and software, and continue the modernization, performance, maintenance and integration of the ACAS with AMC corporate applications and interfaces. Additional IT support services will include project management; system and software requirements analysis, design, engineering, modifying, coding, tuning, and testing; system/software integration activities; electronic data exchange development and maintenance; as well as configuration management and program documentation required for continued system and software support.

"The Air Mobility Command utilizes ACAS to provide worldwide support to essential ongoing military operations," said Brian J. Clark, NCI's president. "We are proud to continue our role in supporting this mission-critical application with our systems development and integration efforts."

NCI is a provider of enterprise solutions and services to U.S. defense, intelligence, health care, and civilian government agencies.

More information:

www.nciinc.com

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