The Air Force has selected six companies to compete for work on a potential $960 million contract for network-centric and information technology products and services, the Defense Department announced Monday.
The Network-Centric Solutions-2 Application Service (NETCENTS-2) contract is the “mandatory source for all Air Force units purchasing services that fall under the scope of the contract,” according to DoD. Those services include sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational support services.
The winning vendors are Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Solutions, Harris IT Services Corp., SRA International, Raytheon, L-3 National Security Solutions, and TYBRIN Corp.
The seven-year contract has a three-year base period and four option years.