CACI Gets $907M Army Intell Analysis Task Order; John Mengucci Quoted

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John Mengucci

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has landed a potential five-year, $907M task order to help U.S. Army personnel analyze and manage intelligence that can be used to support the service branch's missions in Afghanistan.

The company said Thursday it will use analytic tools to help U.S. military participants in the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission avoid potental mission risks such as insider threats.

Performance of work will occur in various domestic and international locations. The order falls under the Army Intelligence and Security Command's Global Intelligence Support Service contract and represents new and continuing work for the company.

“CACI intelligence experts are prepared to use the most advanced intelligence analytical techniques and systems to protect our servicemembers and assets under the Resolute Support Mission,” said John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI.

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