CACI to provide intelligence analysis for US Army’s Afghan operations

1 November 2019 (Last Updated November 1st, 2019 14:22)

CACI International has received a task order to provide intelligence operations and analytic support to US military personnel deployed in Afghanistan.

CACI International has received a task order to provide intelligence operations and analytic support to US military personnel deployed in Afghanistan.

The five-year task order has a ceiling value of approximately $907m. It was awarded under a contract vehicle to meet the Global Intelligence Support Services (GISS) requirement of the US Army’s Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).

The INSCOM GISS contract provides mission partners with integrated intelligence, security and information operations, and sustainment support services.

CACI will continue to provide expertise in intelligence operations and analytic support for US operations in Afghanistan.

The company’s team will provide services from locations both within the US and overseas.

CACI will leverage tools to help analyse intelligence for the Nato-led Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan. The analysts will assist troops in avoiding risks such as insider threats.

Launched in 2014, Resolute Support provides training, advice and assistance to the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) and institutions.

CACI International president and CEO John Mengucci said: “CACI intelligence experts are prepared to use the most advanced intelligence analytical techniques and systems to protect our servicemembers and assets under the Resolute Support Mission.”

The task order represents new and continuing work for the company.

CACI International executive chairman and board chairman Dr JP London said: “Our country continues to face asymmetric threats originating from around the globe, and CACI is proud to provide the intelligence support US forces need to defeat those threats.”

In September, the company was awarded a task order to support the US Army in responding to commercial based technology threats.

Another order was awarded under the RS3 contract vehicle in the same month to support the US Army’s critical surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.