State Department Taps CACI to Modernize Diplomatic Security Information Systems
CACI International has received a $96 million task order to develop, modernize and enhance information systems used by the Department of State.
Specifically, the company is ordered to provide mission technology for the department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security to upgrade systems that enable worldwide security and law enforcement missions.
The task order has a one year base period and includes four one-year options, CACI said Thursday.
The deliverables under the contract include software applications in support of global security monitoring, intelligence threat analyses and real-time situation reporting.
CACI will also send a team of software engineers who will use Agile methodologies and DevSecOps solutions.
The State Department expects that through CACI’s Agile and DevSecOps solutions, system applications across the organization will have improved productivity, efficiency and reliability.
The task order was awarded under the Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity government-wide acquisition contract.
Commenting on the award, CACI Chief Executive Officer John Mengucci said that the company’s technology will help ensure that the Bureau of Diplomatic Security will meet its security goals.
“This award reflects our longstanding relationship with our customer and their confidence in our commitment to continue to support enhanced global security for their critical national security missions,” Mengucci added.
The DS bureau, headed by Acting Assistant Secretary Todd Brown, is responsible for securing diplomacy and protecting the integrity of U.S. travel documents.
Category: Digital Modernization
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