CACI Wins $78M Air Force Tech Modernization Contract; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) won a $78 million Air Force contract to provide technology modernization support for an information technology program.

The Chantilly, Va.-based contractor said Thursday would provide the Air Force’s civil engineer office integration, sustainment and deployment services under the one-base year and four option years contract.

The company will update the NexGen IT program to help the Air Force utilize real-time data and better manage the Air Force’s resources.

CACI will modernize systems in 15 areas such as housing management and real estate.

The company began supporting the civil engineering office in 2006 and has deployed new systems to more than 160 sites.

The Air Force added CACI to a potential $985 million contract in February for medical service management services.

CACI and at least seven other firms will also provide studies and evaluations.

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