CACI Gets $73M Navy Contract for Systems, Computer Engineering Support

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has landed a potential five-year, $73M contract to help the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Dahlgren Division engineer computer programs.

Work covers systems and computer engineering, research and development, integration and deployment services, the company said Wednesday.

Services will aid NSWCDD in its mission to produce, test and certify naval warfare platforms.

The company added it will apply virtualization experience to help the U.S. Navy explore the possible outcomes of integrating new computing technology into surface ships.

CACI received the contract following its acquisition of CSRA’s former systems engineering and acquisition services business unit from General Dynamics (NYSE: GD).

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