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CACI Buys SystemWare, Inc.

CACI International has announced their intent to acquire SystemWare, Inc., a security vulnerability detection solutions provider.

With the purchase, CACI continues a strategic growth effort addressing “evolving Department of Defense and intelligence community requirements.”

“We are committed to strategic growth that enhances national security, expand CACI capabilities, enhances our shareholder value, and increases our presence in important and well-funded markets, ” Paul Cofoni, CACI president and chief executive officer, said in a statement.

SystemWare is a developer of monitoring and detection solutions that identify threats to mission critical cyber and physical networks and assets among other counterintelligence systems.

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