CACI nabs $43.3 modernization contract with State Department

Company will provide development, modernization, enhancement services

CACI International has won a $43.3 million contract from the State Department to provide the Bureau of Diplomatic Security with development, modernization and enhancement of the information technology services needed to complete law enforcement missions.

Information technology services will be provided in the areas of program management, custom software development, software and product integration and configuration, quality management and assurance, testing, and a number of other areas.

Under the contract, CACI will provide development, modernization and enhancement through technical, operations and administrative support, and will support numerous automated information systems that support the bureau’s mission, the company said.

This work will provide effective information resource management for the bureau, and maximize the accessibility and utility of information for all diplomatic security personnel and stakeholders.

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Reader Comments

Wed, Mar 6, 2013

What gobbledygook to just say they're working on databases and info sharing.

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