CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has secured a potential five-year, $447 million contract to help the National Security Agency gather signals intelligence and protect government networks from cyber threats.
Work under the single-award contract will include the development of technology intended to assist agency efforts in providing data for U.S. lawmakers and military officials to gain actionable cybersecurity insights, the company said Monday.
The Arlington, Virginia-based government contractor recently secured a $376 million Alliant 2 task order to migrate the Department of Agriculture’s web-based supply chain management system to a cloud computing environment and received a $372.8 million follow-on geospatial analytics support contract from U.S. Special Operations Command.
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