CACI International is protesting the loss of an incumbent contract worth a potential $200 million to support U.S. Cyber Command.
CACI International is protesting the loss of an incumbent contract worth a potential $200 million to support the U.S. Cyber Command
Booz Allen Hamilton won the contract that was competed through the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Solutions for Intelligence Analysis III vehicle.
CACI and Booz Allen bid to provide intelligence services for Cybercom's directorate of intelligence.
The competition took place over a two-step process. In step one, Cybercom determined the highest-rated bidder. Then negotiations over price with that company would move forward. The agency has estimated the value of the work at $200 million but final price has not been set yet.
CACI filed its protest after getting knocked out in step one.
The company filed its protest March 10 and a decision from Government Accountability Office is expected June 18.