CACI Wins $10 Million Deal With Treasury

CACI Wins $10 Million Deal With Treasury <CR>

By Nick Wakeman, Staff Writer

JUNE 30 ? CACI International Inc. won a $10 million contract to provide information technology services to the Treasury Department's Financial Management Information Technology Services Bureau.

Under the five-year contract, CACI will provide a range of technical services, including software engineering, development and testing and information assurance, in support of the bureau's ongoing technology initiatives. The work to CACI will be awarded through task orders.

This is the first Treasury Department contract won by Arlington, Va.-based CACI, which performs IT services for a variety of federal civilian and military agencies, including the Justice Department, Navy and Air Force.

"We welcome the opportunity to provide this new client with our truly core competencies: services and solutions that have helped us make our mark in information technology, and that will support the department's initiative to enhance its own technology capabilities," said CACI Chairman and Chief Executive Jack London.

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