CACI wins $50M in new contracts
- By Gail Repsher Emery
- Jun 30, 2003
Since April 1, CACI International Inc. has won more federal contracts worth more than $50 million over the next five years in national defense, intelligence and homeland security, company officials announced
The new business was won primarily through CACI's growing number of indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract vehicles, according to the Arlington, Va., firm.
The new tasks were not previously announced because the work is confidential, officials said. The work includes solutions for systems integration, network services, intelligence support and knowledge management.
With the contract awards, CACI is adding capabilities for U.S. government clients around the world to counter emerging threats and meet an increased need for superior intelligence, the company said.
CACI technical solutions for information assurance and warfare, special-purpose networks, geospatial and metadata tagging, and information mining and visualization match new federal needs for protecting and defending the nation, company officials said.
"Our solutions directly address the need for the effective collection of information, collaborative efforts to share that information and the ability to act on it decisively. We are targeting all our services to meet these goals," said J.P. "Jack" London, chairman and chief executive officer.
CACI employs approximately 6,400 people in more than 90 offices in the United States and Europe. The firm had $681.9 million in revenue in 2002.