CACI gets more interrogation work

The Army awarded CACI International Inc. a new $15.3 million contract for intelligence support services in Iraq.

Under its contract for interrogation services in Iraq, CACI of Arlington, Va., has 11 task orders valued at $66 million. The Army awarded the new contract; the Interior Department said it would not issue contract extensions for the work and was considering suspending the contract because it was out of scope, The Washington Post reported.


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