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Top 7 CACI Government Contracts

Top 7 CACI Government Contracts

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CACI International (Consolidated Analysis Center, Inc.) is a top-tier federal government contractor headquartered in Reston, Virginia. Its clients come from the intelligence, homeland security, defense, and security sectors.

Here are some CACI government contracts that you must know!

1. CACI Wins Special Operations Forces Emerging Threats, Operations, and Planning Support (SOFETOPS) Contract, $785 Million

CACI Wins Special Operations Forces Emerging Threats; Operations and Planning Support (SOFETOPS)

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In preparation for current and emerging threats, the Special Operations Command of the Army (USASOC) once again granted CACI a $785 million contract for its Special Operations Forces Emerging Threats, Operations, and Planning Support (SOFETOPS). CACI will lend its expertise to integrated information and electronic warfare (EW) platforms, threat detection, contingency planning, industrialization, and instructional models. Mainly, the USASOC will require CACI to provide operational support, technology integration, intelligence analysis and training in realistic threat environments.

CACI can also help USASOC further refine its coordination, interoperability, and connection with its strategic partners in this partnership. The single-award task order is part of multiple IDIQ awards under the GSA OASIS contract, covering a one-year base period and four one-year options.

2. U.S. Army Awards CACI OSP Network Modernization Contract, $514 Million

U.S. Army Awards CACI OSP Network Modernization

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CACI International was awarded an estimated $514 million contract to enhance and modernize the U.S. Army’s outside plant (OSP) infrastructure and facilities across Army offices in the continental US. The Army relies on CACI’s unique OSP knowledge to incorporate the latest network standards and provide software, data and analytics, and network security support.

This contract has a one-year base period and four one-year option periods and is part of a larger OSP task order under the GSA Alliant 2 contract.

3. Center for Disease Control and Preventions’ Information Management Services Contract, $1 Billion

CACI International Inc. Center for Disease Control and Prevention Services

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In October 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awarded CACI a $1 billion contract to support the agency’s information technology infrastructure, particularly focusing on enterprise IT and network services. This will allow the CDC to improve its real-time capabilities of gathering health information, develop analytic tools for its scientists and enhance collaboration between public health and the community it serves.

CACI as the Prime contractor, will support the Atlanta campus and offices globally. This contract is under the larger CDC Information Management Services (CIMS) multiple award contract which aims to provide information technology services that assist the CDC in its global health mission.

4. CACI Selected to Participate in Intelligence Analysis 3 (SIA III) Contract with the Defense Intelligence Agency, $17.1 Billion

CACI International to Participate in Intelligence Analysis 3 and Professional Services: Defense Intelligence Agency Solutions

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CACI International is one of the companies selected to support the Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 (SIA III) project. This project’s scope will range from scientific and engineering research, pragmatic and intelligence collection, to analytic enabling services. Exactly 16 companies, including CACI International, gets cumulative funding of $17.1 Billion. Task orders will be issued under this ID/IQ, allowing different contract types to emerge.

5. The Defense Intelligence Agency Awards CACI E-SITE Contract, $6 Billion

Defense Intelligence Agency's Enhanced Solutions for IT Enterprise Contract

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A multiple-award contract from the Defense Intelligence Agency selects companies CACI International as a prime contractor to leverage its IT-focused services.

The E-SITE contract (or Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise) is a multiple-award contract with cumulative funding of $6 billion. Along with 24 other awardees, CACI International will bring forth its expertise on enterprise IT, customer outreach and field support, cyber security, intelligence systems, and support, mission and business applications, networks and communication, and other support services.

6. Customs and Border Protection’s BEAGLE Contract, $1.8 Billion 

Additional Information: Customs and Border Protection's (BEAGLE Contract)

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Homeland Security Department’s Customs and Border Protection awards CACI an eight-year contract until 2027 to modernize its back-office IT systems. The  Border Enforcement Applications for Government Leading Edge I.T. (BEAGLE) contract has a maximum value of $1.88 billion. CACI’s IT expertise enables the CBP to integrate and innovate more through agile-based methodologies and systems.

7. The National Geospatial-Agency Contract for Transport, Cybersecurity Services, $1.5 Billion

National Geospatial Agency Transport and Cybersecurity Services

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CACI received a contract from the National Geospatial Agency in 2020 with a funding of $1.5 billion —by far the largest single-award ID/IQ contract CACI had ever received as of 2020. The contract has a base period of five years and a five one-year term period.

CACI has been selected by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to provide a wide range of services, including designing, engineering services, and enhancing its NGA networks. The NGA is in charge of the nation’s security. Streamlining IT services helps NGA to deliver mission-critical geospatial intelligence to warfighters around the globe successfully.

About CACI International

Founded in 1962 by Herb Karr and Harr Markowitz, CACI International delivers cost-effective, high-quality support to meet customers’ critical enterprise demands. It centers on providing innovative technology and forming strategic alliances with the government to take on a fundamental role in defense, intelligence, and national security missions.

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