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CACI receives $34M U.S. Army Contract

CACI International Inc had received a $34 million contract for providing support to a U.S. Army intelligence database which is a Facilities, Infrastructure, and Engineering Systems (FIRES) program.


CACI was formerly a subcontractor on the project but with the prime position, they are expected to have a much larger role. Under the new contract they will increase their existing technical support and supply other management oversight. CACI will be collecting and digitizing certain U.S. Army information by putting it in to databases, as well as creating three dimensional blueprints and architectural drawings which will help the Army guarantee facilities support and safety.


“CACI’s ongoing strategy is to continually enhance the value and quality of the service we provide to all our clients. Our advance from subcontractor to prime on this effort is a great example of our strategy’s success. At the same time, it fulfills our mission of providing the very best support for our nation’s highest priorities in intelligence and national security, ” remarked CACI President and Chief Executive Officer, Paul Cofoni.


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