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.
CACI has seen revenue and earnings grow by double digits as it implements its strategic focus on defense and intelligence customers.
CACI International Inc. has named Gregory Scovel vice president of the Cyber Law Enforcement and Force Protection Division in the company’s Cyber Solutions Group.
Booz Allen, CACI, Jacobs and SRA to compete for task orders supporting the Special Operations Command under a $1.5 billion contract.
CACI International Inc. reported record net income of $26.7 million for fiscal third quarter of 2010, a 21.6 percent increase over the $22.0 million for the same period last year.
Investors are concerned about declining revenues from companies supporting the war efforts, says Bill Loomis, a managing director at Stifel Nicolaus.
CACI International Inc. will assist the Army with its efforts to train battle command staff under an $8.7 million contract.
CACI International Inc. will outfit the Navy with a variety of information technology and software services under a $219 million prime contract.
CACI International Inc. has been awarded a Defense Information Systems Agency task order valued at approximately $31 million to upgrade software programs at the Defense Department’s Business Transformation Agency.
CACI International remains focused on defense and intelligence, but health, cyber, soft power and energy are getting more attention.