CACI International has secured a US Army task order to support its Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) and 116th Military Intelligence Brigade (MIB) with mission expertise.  

Valued at over $80m, the new task order was awarded as part of the Army’s Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 (SIA-3) contract vehicle.

Under the terms of the order, CACI will provide tactical intelligence and analytical expertise to help US Army in its aerial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.

To support INSCOM and the 116th MIB, the company will provide technical, functional, and general support directly to warfighters to gather geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) and signals intelligence (SIGINT).

CACI president and chief executive office John Mengucci said: “CACI brings highly-skilled and cleared personnel, with a unique understanding of military intelligence operations.

“This new task order expands our support to INSCOM and the 116th Military Intelligence Brigade with additional expertise to enable mission success.”

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He added: “Our support provides critical geospatial and signals intelligence across air, land, sea, space, and cyber domains.”

Work on the contract will be mainly executed at Fort Gordon in Georgia. The task order will have a one-year period of performance, along with four one-year option periods.

The SIA 3 is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract awarded by the Defense Intelligence Agency for worldwide coverage and support.

In 2018, the information technology company won a $145m task order for the US Army’s INSCOM Counter Insurgency Targeting Programme (CITP).