CACI International has formed a strategic partnership with No Magic Inc. to provide advanced system and software integration services to the Defense Department and federal market.
Fourteen companies will compete for work under a $900 million Navy task order contract for C5ISR support.
Weighing in at 67 contract awards, September sticks with tradition and records the most contract awards of the year. Who landed in the top 10?
CACI International has won a contract with the Air Force Medical Support Agency to help modernize health care facilities around the globe.
Recently retired Defense Department executive David Wennergren has quickly made the leap to the private sector, joining CACI International as a vice president for opportunity management and customer delivery. In this exclusive interview, he explains his pick, and his plans going forward.
July continued the trend of increasing contract awards that Washington Technology has covered since the beginning of the year. Who stole the show this month?
The Ambit Group adds Tom Ragland, an experienced executive in the homeland security market. He describes his role and why he left CACI.
CACI International has won a $14 million contract with Veterans Affairs to develop a Data Access Service for the department’s Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record program. Works builds off of $91 million contract won in 2010.
CACI International is being sued for terminating a contract it had with Engineering Solutions and Products LLC once the latter won a prime spot on the same contract, becoming a direct competitor to CACI.
CACI International has named Dr. Anthony Hess senior vice president of the company’s Healthcare Solutions Group.
Thirteen companies have won a contract with the Navy to provide integrated cyber operations services in support of C4ISR systems. They'll now compete for task orders for a variety of services. Who captured this plum prize?
CACI International has made two new hires to buff out its business development efforts.