CACI Wins Slice of $16.4 Billion Army Deal; Paul Cofoni Comments

CACI's Paul Cofoni

CACI (NYSE: CACI) became one of 17 prime contracts to win a piece of the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM) Rapid Response – Third Generation (R2-3G) program.

According to the firm, “the five-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a ceiling value of $16.4 billion. It is designed to provide all defense and federal civilian agencies with solutions for critical hardware, software, systems management, and rapid response requirements. While CACI provides significant support for the U.S. Army’s Team C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) warfighter capabilities, this award represents new business for CACI, complementing the company’s very successful support for the Army’s Strategic Services Sourcing (S3) and Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) programs.”

“CACI has strategically focused on building our rapid response capabilities to support growing government requirements, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “We provide long-term value, innovation, and an in-depth understanding of the federal environment. We believe this combination of technical expertise and service excellence makes CACI a valuable government partner, especially on complex and multifaceted programs. This award is further confirmation of CACI’s ability to win the major contracts from our key clients that will support our growth strategy and continue to enhance shareholder value.”

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