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CACI Notches Half-Billion Dollar AF Win; CEO Paul Cofoni Comments

Paul Cofoni

CACI (NYSE:CACI) won a spot on the Air Force’s Network-Centric Solutions 2 (NETCENTS 2) Enterprise Integration and Service Management ID/IQ contract.

The deal includes a ceiling value of $460 million and carries a three-year term with a pair of one-year-option periods.

The firm will support engineering integration and service management support, to assist the Air Force in reaching its goal of a singularly managed infrastructure and enterprise-level security.

“CACI’s capabilities, experience, and industry-leading certifications align strongly with this award and the Air Force’s need for enterprise-level transformation experience and ISO 20000 credentials, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “In fact, CACI was the first ISO 20000-certified company in the U.S. federal space, and today holds more applicable certifications than any company in that arena. Our support for the Air Force’s enterprise integration and service management needs will guarantee that it fulfills its role in support of our warfighters so they can continue to meet their critically important missions.”

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