CACI Secures Potential $373M GEOINT Contract to Support USSOCOM
The U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded CACI International a potential $373 million contract to provide geospatial analysis services.
Under the agreement, CACI intelligence experts will provide mission expertise, including full lifecycle geospatial intelligence analytic support.
System engineers will support activities involved in maintaining and evolving USSOCOM’s intelligence information technology infrastructure, CACI said Monday.
The company’s services will help the USSOCOM execute its global mission, which is to provide combat-ready forces for rapid reinforcement of other unified commands stationed around the world.
Specifically, CACI will apply its full lifecycle GEOINT offering to all phases of intelligence processing, including data reporting, corroboration and contextualization.
The Reston, Virginia-headquartered Department of Defense contractor is also tasked with updating and maintaining the USSOCOM’s geospatial infrastructure and tools. The contract work is expected to ensure the correct and efficient delivery of intelligence data to analysts.
CACI President and Chief Executive Officer John Mengucci commented on the recent USSOCOM award, saying that the company is a proven partner of the command, adding that CCI has demonstrated capabilities that support the organization with the intelligence expertise and services that it requires to meet mission objectives.
The company looks forward to applying its latest techniques in GEOINT to support the execution of USSOCOM’s mission around the world, Mengucci noted.
Currently, the company employs about 23,000 people across various offices. The employees are tasked with providing expertise and technology that address customers’ expertise and mission challenges.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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