Technology firm CACI International has secured a $197m task order to support the critical surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities for the US Army.
Under the four-year task order, CACI will support the US Army Fixed Wing Project Office’s special electronic mission aircraft flight operations globally.
The company will offer technical and training solutions for operational mission support to assist US and Nato forces deployed abroad.
CACI said the work was awarded under the RS3 contract vehicle and it represents new work for the company.
CACI International president and CEO John Mengucci said: “CACI will leverage its successful surveillance and reconnaissance expertise to provide the US Army with comprehensive flight operations support. We are committed to delivering advanced technology and highly qualified personnel to meet our customers’ evolving requirements.”
The Special Electronic Mission Aircraft fleet offers several platform types equipped with multiple sensor and radar packages. The systems provide the US Army with airborne sensor system solutions to identify suspicious human / vehicle activity, as well as gather signals intelligence.
Earlier this month, CACI was awarded a five-year task order, with a ceiling value of $443m to support the US Army in responding to commercial based technology threats.
The task order requires CACI to assist the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) centre in prototyping, replicating, and exploiting emerging commercial based threats encountered across the world.
CACI provides expertise and distinctive technology to address its customers’ enterprise and mission challenges.