CACI Secures $2.5 Billion Army Follow-on; Paul Cofoni Comments

Paul Cofoni

CACI (NYSE: CACI) won a spot on the U.S. Army Forces Command – FORSCOM – Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services II contract.

According to the firm, the deal is “a follow-on to the original OPTARSS contract, OPTARSS II represents continuing work for CACI and is for one base year and four option years. It is an ID/IQ contract with a ceiling value of $2.5 billion.”

Firms will bid for work on a number of tasks including operational planning, training, modeling and simulation.

CACI worked as an incumbent on the original OPTARSS contract.

“With the OPTARSS II award, the U.S. Army Forces Command has recognized the excellent operational execution support and qualified personnel that CACI provides for the Department of Defense, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “This contract draws upon our strong capabilities and hands-on experience in operations, training and planning, and we are proud to offer these services in support of our nation’s national security and the U.S. Army’s ongoing operations worldwide.”

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