Six3 nabs $12.8M to provide intelligence support services

Six3 Intelligence Solutions has won a $12.8 million contract to support the Army in Afghanistan.

Six3 was acquired by CACI International for $820 million in October 2013. The deal won best deal of the year of 2013 for Washington Technology’s annual Top M&A list.

Under the contract, Six3 will provide intelligence support services to the Army in Afghanistan.

Work is slated to wrap up in July 2016, according to the Defense Department.

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