According to the Department of Defense: “CACI (NYSE: CACI), SRA International (NYSE: SRX), Jacobs Technology and Booz Allen Hamilton were awarded Global Battlestaff and Program Support Services (GBPS) contracts. The contracts are indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity with a $2, 500 minimum guarantee per prime contract award and a $1.5 billion maximum ceiling. Under the GBPS contracts, the contractors will provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items necessary to perform the services and provide support to all mission areas of USSOCOM as specified in the performance work statement and ordered under individual task orders. The objective of this contract action is to acquire global, non-personal services unique to special operation forces, and expertise to provide intellectual capital to assist with day-to-day business operations. In addition, the contractors shall provide subject matter expertise in areas of, but not limited to: time sensitive planning; interagency support; intelligence operations; military planning; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance program analysis; biometrics, socio-cultural analysis, geospatial analysis, signals intelligence, and human terrain initiatives with ISR support; administrative support; public affairs; training; accounting; budgeting; joint planning, budget and resource management; readiness planning and reporting; personnel reporting; acquisition and life cycle program management; procurement support; engineering support including research, development, science, technology, and systems engineering; graphics support and other business for USSOCOM. The anticipated period of performance is a three-year base period with one two-year option period, for a total contract period of performance not to exceed five years. The place of performance is multiple locations in the United States and overseas. USSOCOM is the contracting activity. The contract numbers are H92222-10-D-0016, H92222-10-D-0017, H92222-10-D-0018, and H92222-10-D-0019.”
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) will buy back $250 million of its common stock through an accelerated share repurchase agreement. The company said Monday the repurchase equates to approximately 845,000 shares at Friday’s closing price of $295.09, accounting for about 3.6 percent of its outstanding common stock. The Reston, Virginia-based government technology services contractor expects to
Crucial for interoperability with international allies, mission partner environments are shared communications spaces that allow for ease of collaboration with aligned governments. Joint All Domain Command and Control is the U.S. Department of Defense’s initiative to achieve communications cross-functionality between all of the country’s deployed warfighters and personnel, from the cloud to the tactical edge.
Chad Kim, chief technology officer of Avantus Federal for the past four years, was appointed to the same position at QinetiQ Group’s U.S. arm. He announced his new CTO role in a LinkedIn post Tuesday, a little over a month after NewSpring Holdings completed the approximately $590 million sale of Avantus to Qinetiq US. The