CACI captures $526M Army network modernization award Chino

The company will update classified and unclassified networks across the Pacific Ocean and Southwest Asia.

CACI International bested two competitors to secure a potential five-year, $526.2 million Army task order for network modernization and sustainment services

The order was awarded Dec. 8 through the Alliant 2 vehicle and it runs through up to Jan. 1, 2029, according to Federal Procurement Data System records. Work will take place for one initial base year and up to four option years.

The Global Enterprise Network Modernization program calls for CACI to create a more modern, high-speed network to support the modernization of the Army’s enterprise IT infrastructure and facilities across the Pacific Ocean and Southwest Asia.

Work under GENMOD will cover classified and unclassified networks. CACI will introduce new technologies for storage, classified remote access, virtual desktop and command center capabilities.

“Today, more than ever, it is imperative to deliver the base of the future by moving the Army to a more unified network through an advanced digital infrastructure for soldiers,” said John Mengucci, CACI president and CEO.