CACI wins another Army contract to support sensor tech

CACI International has won a $32.5 million to support the Army’s Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate.

Under the contract, provide program management and systems engineering support for the development, testing, and fielding of electro-optical and infrared sensor components and countermeasures, which detect and identify air, sea, and ground targets, the company said in a release.

The directorate conducts research and development of advanced night vision and other sensor technologies like infrared weapon sights and surveillance systems that enhance the effectiveness of our Armed Forces in nighttime and limited visibility conditions.

CACI won an almost identical contract with the directorate earlier this month.

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Reader Comments

Wed, Nov 12, 2014

The headline and this article is misleading. According to their own annual plan and SEC filings, CACI International Inc. is just a holding company that has no (zero) contracts in FPDS. CACI consists of over 20 wholly owned subsidiaries, so which subsidiary actually won this contract.

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