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OPM Picks CACI Subsidiary, CSRA, Keypoint & Securitas to Support Background Investigations

workforceTYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 14, 2016 — The Office of Personnel Management has awarded CSRA (NYSE: CSRA), CACI International‘s (NYSE: CACI) Premier Technology subsidiary,  Keypoint Government Solutions and Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services contracts to support background investigations on federal personnel, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

OPM said Monday Premier Technology and Keypoint will continue their existing support for the Federal Investigative Services as it transitions into the National Background Investigations Bureau in October, while CSRA and Securitas will begin support by Dec. 1.

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