A new $139 million Navy SeaPort-e order calls for CACI to provide an array of communications technology to the Defense Department and other federal agencies.
CACI International Inc. will provide an array of communications technology to the Defense Department and other federal agencies under a new three-year, $139 million delivery order.
As a result of this order, which falls under the Navy’s SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) contract vehicle, CACI will continue its support for the Special Communications Requirements Division of the Naval Air Warfare Center-Aircraft Division, the company announced in an Oct. 31 news release.
CACI’s work involves designing, testing, and integrating mobile communications systems for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.
On this delivery order, CACI will manufacture and integrate command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems into everything from suitcase-size units to vehicles and battlefield command posts.
CACI will also provide lifecycle support for these systems, retrofit them with the latest technology, and deliver onsite training.
Located in St. Inigoes, Md., the Special Communications Requirements Division supports full-spectrum systems engineering and serves as the Navy’s communications electronics expert on small and large craft, commercial and militarized vehicles, transit cases, and fixed base stations. It provides deployable C4ISR systems to DOD clients that directly support the warfighter, as well as to organizations involved in homeland security, including the State Department and the National Guard.
CACI has provided support to the Special Communications Requirements Division for more than 25 years, the announcement said.
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