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US Army Awards CACI $382M Task Order to Support Trojan Program

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US Army Awards CACI $382M Task Order to Support Trojan Program

CACI International has announced a five-year, $382 million task order to support a signals intelligence and electronic warfare program managed by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Engineering and Systems Integration Directorate.

Awarded under the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle, the task order requires the delivery of technology, software and full lifecycle support to the Trojan Engineering and Systems Integration Advancement of Trojan Systems initiative, CACI said.

The company is also expected to conduct intelligence collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination to build an information advantage during multidomain operations.

CACI CEO and President John Mengucci, a 4×24 member and 2023 Wash100 winner, explained that Trojan systems utilize a sensor network to generate operational intelligence.

The news comes after CACI subsidiary Mastodon Design secured an Army other transaction agreement to develop a portable version of a vehicle-mounted SIGINT and EW platform.

Todd Probert, CACI’s president of national security and innovative solutions, said in a recent interview that the company is focused on developing signals of interest capabilities to meet the Army’s mission to operate in a “more sophisticated peer environment.”

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