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CACI International (NYSE: CACI) saw its fiscal year 2023 second quarter revenue rise 11 percent to $1.65 billion and attributed the increase to a 6 percent organic growth and recently completed acquisitions. The Reston, Virginia-based government technology services contractor said Wednesday total backlog at the end of December was $26.5 billion, of ...

CACI International‘s (NYSE: CACI) federal arm and Peraton‘s risk decision group have each won a potential $2.25 billion contract to help the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency run background checks on U.S. government applicants and contractor personnel. The two companies will carry out background investigation fieldwork work...

QinetiQ Group’s U.S. arm has completed its purchase of Avantus Federal from NewSpring Holdings in a strategy to bring innovation in the field of software, hardware and mission services to defense, intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement and civilian agencies. The $590 million deal was first announced in August and QinetiQ US said Wednesda...

The global supply chain has come under heightened scrutiny and concern in the past few years, largely due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. As U.S. leaders turn their focus toward building and maintaining a secure, resilient supply chain, federal agencies are taking a closer look at the vendors they partner with in national security missions....

Carahsoft Technology will provide the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency with ServiceNow licenses, learning credits and support services as part of a $138.1 million hybrid firm-fixed-price/labor hour call order. The recent award was made under the company’s blanket purchase agreement with the Department of Defense for the Enterpri...

Information technology company Echelon Services has won a potential five-year,  $153.4 million contract to provide enterprise and transformational cybersecurity support services to the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. DCSA sought proposals from seven 8(a) small businesses for the firm-fixed-price, labor-hour contract and obligat...

Former Department of Defense officials Jack Gumtow, Scott Howell and Patricia Stokes have joined the board of advisers of artificial intelligence software provider Babel Street. They will advise the leadership team on approaches to help customers implement the company’s analytics software platform, Babel Street said Wednesday. Gumtow, a three-...

Perspecta, which now operates as part of Peraton, has received a potential five-year, $473.8 million other transaction agreement from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency for enterprise information technology application development support services. The agreement was awarded following the completion of a data analytics and security e...