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CACI to Support Testing of Army Intell Systems; Ken Asbury Comments

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 18,  2015 — CACI International (NYSE: CACI) will test the intelligence collection and dissemination systems of the U.S. Army as part of a contract with the Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 11.

The company said Nov. 10 the contract to support testing of the TROJAN NexGEN systems adds business to its intelligence systems and support portfolio.

“CACI is proud to offer solutions for national security missions that protect our servicemen and women and provide a decisive battlefield edge, ” said Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI.

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