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CACI Secures $125M Navy Contract for C5ISR Life Cycle Support

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CACI Secures $125M Navy Contract for C5ISR Life Cycle Support

The U.S. Navy has awarded CACI International its five-year, $125 million Crisis Response and Interoperable C5 Electronic Systems contract.

CACI will continue providing full C5ISR life cycle support to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division. Services to be delivered include engineering and design, rapid prototyping, fabrication and solutions integration.

Work under the contract will support various end users, including combatant commands and emergency response units, CACI said.

The award builds on a long-standing relationship between CACI and the Navy and adds to a series of job orders from the service.

In July, CACI secured a five-year, $209 million U.S. Fleet Forces Command prime contract for global logistics and technical training support. In September 2022, the company won a $174 million task order to help the Military Sealift Command improve ship machinery, systems, equipment and performance.

CACI is also helping other military branches with their modernization efforts. In June, the company’s CACI NSS subsidiary won a $5.7 billion blanket purchase agreement to support the Department of the Air Force’s IT modernization efforts.

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