CACI to Support Navy Emergency Comms Tech Under $122M Task Order; Ken Asbury Comments

Ken Asbury

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has received a potential five-year, $122 million task order from the General Services Administration to develop emergency communications systems for the U.S. Navy‘s Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

The company said Wednesday it will help NAWCAD’s special communications mission solutions unit fabricate, implement and maintain platforms designed to facilitate information exchange among local, state and federal agencies in the event of a critical situation.

CACI has long supported the fast pace of global emergency missions with innovative engineering, rapid prototyping, and timely delivery of high-quality advanced communications systems.”

Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO and a five-time Wash100 recipient, said the company has supported global emergency missions with its systems engineering and prototyping services.

The Crisis Response and Interoperable Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Electronic Systems  program also includes support for emergency management response systems, enterprise land mobile radios, public safety networks and agency communications systems.

GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center issued the CRIC-ES order through the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract.

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