Dan Allen: CACI Won Close To $1B in FY 2012 Intel Awards

Dan Allen

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) won nearly $1 billion in contract awards for national intelligence work during fiscal year 2012, President and CEO Dan Allen said in a Monday company release.

The Arlington, Va.-based company said it won $261 million in previously unannounced contracts during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2012, ended June 30, 2012.

Allen added these contract awards aid the company’s continued growth in the intelligence market.

CACI helps intelligence customers capture and analyze information for decision making, provides analysis for detecting and defeating asymmetric threats and helps protect sensitive operations, added John Mengucci, chief operating officer and president of U.S. operations.

Fiscal 2012 wins include a prime position on a potential $9.7 billion contract to help translate more than 28 languages for the U.S. Army.

In November, the company announced $635 million in contracts with the Army to provide research, development, training and operational support for mobile devices, cyber and C4ISR.

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