CACI wins Military Sealift Command work
Company expands range of services by adding engineering component
- By William Welsh
- Aug 24, 2009
CACI International Inc. will furnish technical and engineering support for the Navy’s Military Sealift Command under a contract worth $70 million over seven-and-a-half years.
Under the contract, CACI will provide the Military Sealift Command with integrated logistics and engineering system development support services, company officials said today. The services cover shipboard and shore-based operations.
The contract award marks an expansion of CACI’s business with the Military Sealift Command to include a significant engineering component, the officials said. The company has supported the command for nearly two decades.
The Military Sealift Command delivers supplies and conducts specialized missions on behalf of the U.S. Navy around the globe. It furnishes sealift and ocean transportation and also operates tankers for fuel transport cargo ships that transport equipment, vehicles and supplies.
CACI announced earlier this month that it had won an $18 million contract modification to provide engineering and technical support for the Navy’s shipboard self-defense system.
CACI, of Arlington, ranks No. 20 on Washington Technology’s 2009 Top 100 list of the largest federal government prime contractors.
William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.