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Ken Asbury: CACI to Design Natl Defense University War Games

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The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract contains two base years and an option year, with a $21 million ceiling value, CACI said Monday.

NDU’s aims to help military and civilian leaders from the U.S. and other countries evaluate national and international security challenges via educational and research programs and other initiatives.

“The National Defense University is a new client for us, and we welcome the opportunity to continue advancing national thinking on security strategy while strategically expanding our presence in the high-growth integrated security solutions market, ” said Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO.

CACI will also develop seminars, symposia, and workshops and research national security topics.

Dr. Lani Kass, a CACI corporate strategic adviser, taught classes at NDU for nearly 20 years before joining the company in January 2012.

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