CACI books $145M Army intelligence services order
Win builds on firm's leadership on $7.2B GISS intel contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Apr 25, 2018
CACI International has booked a three-and-a-half year, $145 million task order to help research and evaluate intelligence information for the Army to combat insurgent activities.
The company received the order through the Global Intelligence Support Services contract vehicle run by the Army’s Intelligence and Security Command. Work will support Army INSCOM’s Counter Insurgency Targeting Program, CACI said Wednesday.
GISS was opened for business in 2015 with a $7.2 billion ceiling over five years and CACI has been the most successful taker of task order spend since then with roughly $141 million in work booked, according to Deltek data.
Army INSCOM runs the CITP program to gain all-source target and technical intelligence against insurgent networks and systems.
The new order calls on CACI to also integrate intelligence and create new products to support Army INSCOM’s National Ground Intelligence Center and other national security priorities.
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