CACI wins $24 million Army contract

The US Army has awarded CACI International a contract to provide business, engineering, logitistics and program support services for C4ISR programs. The contract, worth $24 million, has a base year and a one year option.

With the contract, CACI will continue to provide its skilled services in its core competency of C4ISR programs. Bill Fairl, President of U.S. Operations, said “We’re pleased that this award from the Army’s Directorate for Readiness, Logistics Readiness Center provides another opportunity to support its vital work. Our continuing work with this client is a strong vote of confidence for the quality of the services we provide.”

Paul Cofoni, President and CEO, said “CACI’s Strategic Services Sourcing business with the U.S. Army, at over $2 billion in task order awards, enables us to continue delivering critical client support and shareholder value. We are proud to provide services and solutions that are innovative and ahead of the curve in supporting missions of the highest importance to our government and our nation.”

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