CACI to support Army intell dissemination system under $81M contract

CACI International has won a $81 million contract to continue supporting the Army’s Trojan Spirit program.

Trojan Spirit is the Army’s intelligence dissemination system that provides secure information connectivity to tactical commanders on the battlefield, enabling troops to receive mission-critical, secure voice and intelligence data anywhere in the world, the company said in a release.

Under this award, CACI will continue providing integration, fielding, training, and logistics services to help the Army deploy and maintain the Trojan Spirit terminals worldwide.

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