CACI wins $21M contract to support Army product director

CACI International has won a $21 million task order to provide business, logistics and engineering services in support of the Army’s Product Director, Initialization.

This task order was awarded under the Army’s Strategic Services Sourcing, or S3 contract.

The PD Initialization provides data products in support of network operations and connectivity for the Army Battle Command System, which is a C4I system that includes a mix of fixed, semi-fixed and mobile networks, CACI said in a release.

Under the contract, CACI will help advance the integration of systems and tools for Product Director Initialization and migrate them to a more fully automated environment, allowing Army unites to leverage capabilities provided by their battlefield communications networks, the company said.

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