CACI’s Paul Cofoni Comments on NSWC Crane Contract Victory

CACI International (NYSE:CACI) won one of six prime positions covering all fourteen requirement areas included in the U.S. Navy’s Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane (NSWC Crane).

According to the firm, “the multiple award, five-year Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) has a potential value of $49 million. The BOA calls for CACI to provide wide ranging support for basic science and/or engineering research and development work at the Navy facility located in Crane, Indiana. The new work is an extension of CACI’s ongoing research, development, test, and evaluation efforts at the Center.”

“The innovative services we provide to this vital command directly support the warfighter, ” said President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “CACI’s commitment to using the full potential of our proven expertise in the C4ISR and logistics arenas not only helps assure success for the facility’s R&D efforts, it reinforces our role as a national asset for national priorities.”

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