Follow-on to ETOSS Awarded to CACI

Arlington based CACI International Inc. was awarded a Technical Engineering Support Services contract, that is valued at up to $900 Million, as a follow-on to the existing Engineering, Technical and Operations Support Services agreement. The contract allows for the firm to support the Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate. To the later CACI has agreed to furnish warfare capabilities operations with scientific and engineering support services.

Bill Fairl, president of CACI’s U.S. operations, said, “CACI intelligence and information warfare solutions for the U.S. Army assure mission continuity and give troops the integrated information systems they need to protect themselves and defeat adversaries…Our experts will help Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate identify, develop, evaluate, and insert emerging information technologies into operational systems to provide reliable and effective tools in the war on terrorism.”

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