ARMY

CACI books $413M Army ground intell support contract

CACI International has booked a five-year, $413 million contract for engineering and other related services to support one of the Army’s main ground intelligence platforms.

The General Services Administration’s FEDSIM acquisition center issued the order on behalf of the Army, CACI said Monday.

The Army uses its “TROJAN STRONG” family of systems platform to collect and distribute intelligence, plus connect users to signals intelligence and fused intelligence data in near real-time.

Work will include engineering services, system design and development, fabrication, testing, fielding, maintenance, modernization and training.

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