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CACI to Provide Threat Mitigation Support Under Potential $420M Army Task Order

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CACI to Provide Threat Mitigation Support Under Potential $420M Army Task Order

The U.S. Army has awarded CACI International a potential five-year, $420 million task order for support services.

Under the Replication, Exploitation, and Analysis of Commercial Threats task order, CACI will provide modeling, simulation and various engineering support services to allow the Army to counter risks across all warfighting domains and protect warfighters worldwide. CACI will support the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, the C5ISR Center and the Engineering and Systems Integration Directorate.

The task order was awarded under the Responsive Sourcing for Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, CACI said Tuesday.

The award builds on a series of work the company has been providing for the U.S. military.

In October, the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory awarded CACI a potential five-year, $917 million contract for C5ISR support. The company was tasked with providing software lifecycle support and systems engineering to enhance information dissemination, information security and decision-making for the Air Force and the Intelligence Community.

In September, CACI said its CrossBeam OCT established a consistent data connection during a Proliferated Warfighter Space Architecture optical communications terminal interoperability testing. CrossBeam OCT is designed to provide network security for the Space Development Agency’s Tranche 1 Transport Layer satellite constellation.

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