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CACI Wins $50 Million Contract to Continue Support for DARPA

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Paul Cofoni - President and CEO
Paul Cofoni - President and CEO

Under the U.S. Navy SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) contract, CACI was awarded a $50 Million prime contract to continue to provide acquisition, financial and program management assistance to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO).  CACI has supported DARPA since 1992 and its proven understanding of IPTO’s goals and environment, coupled with its program, financial and acquisition management expertise, enhances the ability of DARPA scientists and researchers to focus on their primary mission of identifying, assessing, and advancing new technology research and development.  CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni said, “At CACI, we place the greatest emphasis on thoroughly understanding our clients and responding rapidly and effectively to their needs. Our sustained support for DARPA reflects this commitment to being the very best in quallity client service.  We are proud to play a part in DARPA’s successful development of information technology solutions that protect and serve our war fighters.”  Read entire press release…

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