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CACI Wins Spot on $1.1 Billion DOJ IT Deal

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) announced today that it has been awarded one of 20 prime contracts to support the Information Technology Support Services 4 contract for the U.S. Department of Justice.

The ID/IQ carries a ceiling value of $1.1 billion, with a seven-month base term and six option years.

With the deal in place the firm will assist the DOJ boost its cybersecurity and infrastructure with IT suuport services.

“With asymmetric and cyber threats becoming ever present factors in our nation’s security environment, there has been an increased convergence of law enforcement and the intelligence community, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “This makes CACI’s new work with the Department of Justice a logical fit, because it combines our DOJ mission understanding with our law enforcement and cybersecurity capabilities needed to support the IT requirements of this valued customer.”

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