Six3 receives Army asset integration contract

A CACI International business unit will design and develop prototypes for the Army to assemble a squad of human and unmanned assets under a two-year, $10.5 million contract.

Six3 Advanced Systems will also help the Army in efforts to include ubiquitous communications and information in the squad for use in complex international environments.

CACI acquired the Six3 Systems company in 2013 for $820 million to add new cybersecurity and intelligence business footprints.

Six3 was the lone bidder for the contract and work will take place in Virginia and California through May 31, 2019.

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