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CACI Subsidiary Wins Prime Spot on $900M Anti-IED IDIQ; Allen, Cofoni Comment

Dan Allen

A CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) subsidiary holds a prime position on a $900 million General Services Administration contract to help the military counter improvised explosive devices.

The Wexford Group International will support the Defense Department’s lead office for countering IEDs during the potential five-year contract, CACI announced Tuesday.

Paul Cofoni

Dan Allen, president of U.S. operations, said in the release the company has previously supported U.S. troops through the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, or JIEDDO.

CEO Paul Cofoni said countering IEDs is one part of the Pentagon’s counter-terrorism and irregular warfare mission.

CACI received the Operations Support Services IDIQ during its fiscal 2012 second quarter, ending Dec. 31, 2011.

The company supports JIEDDO through several task orders on a potential $494 million support services contract, awarded in August 2009.

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