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CACI wins $44M contract to support littoral combat ships

CACI International has won a $44 million contract to provide logistics and acquisition management support to the Naval Sea Systems Command’s Program Executive Office Littoral Combat Ship.

The Program Executive Office Littoral Combat Ship is responsible for acquiring and maintaining the end-to-end mission capabilities of littoral combat ships, including the development, procurement, deployment and sustainment of the systems that support these ships, CACI said in a release.

Under the contract, the logistics and acquisition management that CACI will provide includes project planning, technical analysis and business and financial management, the company said.

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