CACI, ManTech Win Spots on $17.5B DISA Encore III IT Services IDIQ; Ken Asbury, Daniel Keefe Comment

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) and ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) have secured positions on a potential 10-year, $17.5 billion contract vehicle for information technology platforms and services awarded by the Defense Information Systems Agency.

CACI said Thursday it will provide IT services to help the Defense Department and other federal agencies develop, field and operate systems through the Encore III indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which expands the company’s work across enterprise IT, cybersecurity and business systems.

Daniel Keefe

Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO and a 2018 Wash100 recipient, said the partnership with DISA through the Encore program seeks to reflect the company’s investment in novel platforms and technological workforce in support of federal clients’ national security missions.

Daniel Keefe, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s mission solutions and services group, said in a statement published Thursday the company will deliver IT services to defense, federal civilian and intelligence agencies in support of their IT modernization efforts.

ManTech noted it will leverage its experience in systems engineering, software development, operations support, enterprise IT, test and evaluation and analysis to deliver IT platforms and services to government agencies.

CACI and ManTech are among the 20 companies that landed spots on the full-and-open portion of the Encore III contract that DISA awarded in November 2017.

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