CACI International nabs $212M enterprise IT BPA to support DHS

CACI International has nabbed a $212 million blanket purchase agreement to provide desktop support services to the Homeland Security department.

Under the contract, CACI will support the department with help desk services, end user support, engineering, field support and call center services to the department.

The services that CACI will provide will also go to support Homeland Security components such as the National Protection and Programs Directorate and the Science and Technology Directorate.

The BPA broadens the company’s enterprise information technology business in the federal civilian marketplace, said CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury.

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