CACI International Inc. will provide mission support and IT services to two Defense Department organizations under a four-year, $20 million task order.
The award falls under the $494 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Comprehensive Support Services contract that CACI won in August 2009.
CACI International Inc. racked up a record fiscal 2011 second quarter with net income of $33.2 million, an increase of 27.6 percent over the $26.1 million for the same period of fiscal 2010.
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CACI International Inc. will support the systems requirements of the Defense Department’s Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller) under a new contract worth $34 million.
Protests by the the losing bidders have put a halt to the Homeland Security Department's plans to revamp its financial management systems.
CACI International Inc. has been awarded a five-year, $29 million task order from the Homeland Security Department to support the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. The work was awarded through the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions (EAGLE) contract vehicle.
Six companies will compete for enterprise-level engineering integration and service management support under an Air Force contract.
The $450 million contract calls for CACI to integrate the department’s enterprise financial, acquisition and asset management systems.
CACI International Inc. has been awarded a three-and-a-half year, $75 million Defense Department contract from the DOD’s Business Transformation Agency to assist in processing applicants who want to join the armed forces.
CACI International Inc. will provide program management and technical engineering services to the Army under a $45 million task order.
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.