The General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded a $413m prime contract to information solutions and services provider CACI International for the US Army’s Trojan Strong signals intelligence and communications systems support.
The contract has been awarded by the GSA Federal Acquisition Service Federal Systems Integration and Management Center on behalf of the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD).
Under the agreement, CACI will be responsible for providing the US Army with the required support for ground-based intelligence and communications systems within the service’s Trojan Strong family of systems (FoS).
The award will run for a period of five years and will involve the continuation of current support in addition to work in the company’s command and control, and intelligence systems, as well as support market areas.
CACI International president and chief executive officer Ken Asbury said: “CACI is proud to expand our support for one of the US Army’s most critical intelligence missions.
“By providing high-quality solutions that deliver emerging capabilities to address new and varying threats from unconventional and asymmetric warfare, we help our customers maintain information superiority for America’s military and ensure the safety of US forces on the battlefield.”
The Trojan Strong FoS is the US Army’s premier ground intelligence platform deployed for collection and distribution, access to signals and near real-time fused intelligence data.
CACI is committed to providing Trojan Strong with engineering services, system design and development, testing, fielding, maintenance, modernisation and training to advance the US Army’s signals intelligence capabilities.
In January 2016, the company secured a three-year $81m contract from the US Army I2WD to continue supporting the Trojan Spirit programme.