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Army Intell Warfare Division Selects CACI Quick Response Model; Ken Asbury Comments

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 20,  2015 — CACI (NYSE: CACI) will help the U.S. Army develop intelligence applications and tools under a $50 million task order via the Alliant contract vehicle, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

CACI said the terms of the work include deployment of CACI’s quick reaction capabilities service delivery model in support of the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate’s Innovative Intelligence Solutions program.

“CACI is committed to helping our customers accomplish their missions in new and better ways, ” said Ken Asbury, president and CEO at CACI.

“This contract with the Army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate is a great example of how our innovative approaches to new and emerging problems support our customers in countering threats wherever and whenever they emerge.”

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