Work builds on company’s 24-year history of excellent service delivery with agency
RESTON, Va. – NCI Information Systems, Inc. (NCI), a leading provider of advanced information technology solutions and professional services to U.S. federal government agencies, announced today it is part of a winning team selected by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to continue ongoing operations and maintenance (O&M) for its Legacy Information Technology (IT) Applications Support program. The contract has a one-year base period of performance and four one-year options with a potential value of $25 million. NCI has been providing the FCC with IT systems O&M support since 1994.
“We look forward to supporting the FCC’s vision of improving customer support and security by strategically and efficiently maintaining and modernizing its legacy IT systems,” said Paul A. Dillahay, NCI president and CEO. “For more than 20 years, we have worked closely with the FCC’s internal teams to ensure mission success for the agency. NCI is excited to build on this long-standing, collaborative partnership and demonstrate our superior O&M agile approaches, technical acumen and unique forward-thinking culture.”
Under the new contract, NCI will serve as a subcontractor to Incentive Technology Group, LLC, in maintaining up to 75 legacy FCC systems and applications. The NCI team will be responsible for ensuring security enhancements of retiring unsupported technology as well as modernizing the agency’s IT systems using innovative agile development methodologies. NCI’s programming support services will advance FCC’s goal of system modernization while maintaining effective and efficient daily system operations. In addition to application monitoring and hosting, NCI will continue to design and develop system enhancements that comply with security, accessibility and usability standards.
The FCC was recently recognized by INFORMS with the prestigious Franz Edelman Award for its “Broadcast Incentive Auction.” NCI provided robust analytics capabilities in support of this first-of-its-kind, two-sided spectrum reuse program.