CACI International has secured a new task order for US Special Operations Forces Emerging Threats, Operations, and Planning Support (SOFETOPS).

Awarded by the US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), the new five-year potential single-award task order is valued at approximately $785m.

The order was awarded under the General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) multiple award IDIQ contract vehicle.

It has a one-year base performance period, with an option for four additional years.

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Under the task order, CACI will offer USASOC and its strategic partners integrated information warfare (IW) and electronic warfare (EW) support.

The company will also provide training development, planning, readiness and modernisation support services.

CACI president and CEO John Mengucci said: “CACI’s mission expertise in operational support, intelligence analysis, technology integration, and training will help Special Operations Forces adapt to the current and future threat environment.

“Our experts will leverage advanced solutions for our mission partners and deliver training models based on first-hand experiences to prepare trainees with realistic scenarios.”

According to CACI, the task order will see new capabilities being offered in support of USASOC, strategic partners, and other special operations commands.

Furthermore, the company will improve interoperability, cooperation, and synchronisation between mission partners and stakeholders.

In July, the company won a potential $1.4bn single-award task order to continue supporting US Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Decisive Action Task.