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CACI Wins Portion of $900M Contract From U.S. Army

CACI International is one of three companies being awarded a $900 million U.S. Army contract. The contract is five-year Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) contract with the army has a potential to be worth $900 million.

The contract is a follow-on for CACI to a contract that has been held since 2006. CACI’s work on this particular contract will include researching, prototyping, and developing systems for improved intelligence compilation through the use of networked sensors.

Headquartered in Arlington, Va, CACI International provides professional services and IT solutions for government customers. This contract will continue the growth of the company’s business in command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs, according to CACI.

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