CACI International Inc. may have completed its Christmas shopping early this year, having wrapped up its separate acquisitions of TechniGraphics Inc. and Applied Systems Research Inc. on Nov. 1.
46 contractors will compete for task orders under the FBI’s eight-year, $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, known as IT Triple S.
CACI International Inc. reported a historic first quarter for fiscal 2011, with a record number of contract wins and net income of $28.7 million, an increase of 20.1 percent over the $23.9 million recorded in the same period last year.
CACI International Inc will acquire Applied Systems Research Inc., a provider of technical services and products to the intelligence community. Financial terms of the transaction were not reported.
CACI International Inc. will develop an electronic health care database for the Veterans Affairs Department through a General Services Administration Schedule 70 blanket purchase agreement worth $91 million over five years.
CACI International Inc. will acquire TechniGraphics Inc., a provider of imagery and geospatial services, including digital maps, to the U.S. intelligence community, the Defense and Homeland Security departments, and allied governments. Financial terms of the acquisition were not reported.
CACI International Inc. will provide program management and technical support to the Navy under a five-year, $36 million prime contract.
CACI International Inc. will continue providing content management and delivery support for the Library of Congress under a five-year, $40 million prime contract.
CACI International Inc. will continue to improve the Air Force’s ability to track specific financial programs for the 554th Electronic Systems Group at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, under a five-year prime contract worth $19 million.
Strong performances in the defense and intelligence businesses pushed CACI's fiscal fourth quarter and full fiscal year to revenue and earnings records.
The Army accepts in principle the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s offer to provide 15 companies’ pro bono assistance in assessing the IT requirements to rectify the poor record-keeping at Arlington National Cemetery.
A unit of CACI International Inc. will provide support and assistance to the Defense Department in its efforts to counter roadside bombs on the battlefield under a $10.3 million contract.