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CEO Paul Cofoni on CACI’s $238 Million IC Deal

Paul Cofoni

CACI (NYSE: CACI) picked up a contract valued at $238 million to support operational components for defense and federal civilian sectors in the Intelligence Community.

The firm will provide “talent and tailored technology that bolster its clients’ ability to accomplish vital national security missions.”

“The size and mix of CACI’s intelligence business affords its intelligence personnel expansive training and career development opportunities, resulting in a stable, productive and ‘right-skilled’ workforce with mastery of intelligence technologies and tradecraft, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “We have a proven capacity for delivering quality intelligence services, solutions, and products for time-sensitive requirements in the most demanding environments. We are proud of our record of performance on the nation’s first line of defense.”

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