NetCents contracts awarded

Air Force information technology officials announced today the award of eight contracts under the five-year, $9 billion Network Centric Solutions (NetCents) program.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts went to:

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., based in McLean, Va.

The Centech Group Inc., based in Arlington, Va.

General Dynamics Corp.'s Network Systems division, based in Needham Heights, Mass.

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Mission Systems division, based in Manassas, Va.

Multimax Inc., based in Largo, Md.

NCI Information Systems Inc., based in Reston, Va.

Northrop Grumman Corp.'s IT division, based in Herndon, Va.

Telos Corp., based in Ashburn, Va.

"We now have highly flexible contract vehicles in place to cover the entire range of networking and telephony products and services requirements for the Air Force," said Brig. Gen. Bradley Butler, deputy Air Force chief information officer, in a Sept. 10 service statement.

NetCents provides Air Force agencies with net-centric technologies, networking equipment and services, and voice, video and data communications hardware and software. Each contract covers three years with two option years.

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