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NetCentrics recently attended the Holiday Gala sponsored by Women in Technology (WIT) and STEM for Her to celebrate the holidays and support girls and young women pursuing STEM-related careers.
NetCentrics Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure, cloud, mission applications and cybersecurity for the U.S. government, has won a position on the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Encore III contract vehicle for IT services across the Department of Defense (DoD). NetCentrics is one of 20 companies awarded the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract worth $17.5 billion over 10-years.
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NetCentrics recently received several top employee ratings from Comparably.com, including Best CEO and Best Company to Work For in DC. Comparably’s awards recognize companies in the small, midsize and large categories.
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