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CACI Wins Chem-Bio Weapons Defense Engineering Contract; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won up to $40 million in contract awards to provide engineering and logistics support to a Defense Department chemical and biological weapons defense office.

CACI said it won on both domains of the potential five-year contract, which the company said grows its presence in the logistics, material readiness and C4ISR markets (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance).

“We are excited for this new contract award with the joint program executive office and their confidence in CACI to support their critical mission developing chemical and biological defense solutions for our military, ” said Dan Allen, president and CEO.

John Mengucci, chief operating officer and president of U.S. operations, said the company will bring experience from projects in the logistics and C4ISR arenas.

The company will compete for task orders to provide the joint program executive office chemical and biological defense with personnel to help develop technical drawings, manage configurations and analyze logistics and risk.

CACI supports C4ISR programs such as the Army’s Strategic Services Sourcing and Technical Engineering Support Services contract vehicles, as well as development work for the branch’s Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle.

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