CACI International has secured a task order to provide engineering support services for the US Army’s Commercial Based Technology Analysis (CBTA) programme.
Under the $41.5m deal, engineering support will be delivered by CACI to the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD).
The one-year task order has been awarded by the General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center under the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle.
CACI US Operations president of DeEtte Gray said: “CACI understands the importance of advancing the technology America needs to safeguard our troops.
“Our partnership with the US Army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate in support of its critical CBTA programme leverages the army’s innovative approach to technical intelligence analysis to ensure our nation continually stays a step ahead of evolving threats.”
The army’s CBTA programme has been designed to evaluate commercial based technologies that would help address several mission requirements across the globe.
CACI’s technical intelligence engineering team will help support the CBTA programme in a wide range of areas, including the characterisation of technology through physical, electrical and software analysis.
The team will also help assess the function and intent of the technology, in addition to assisting in reverse-engineering and replicating the technology as required.
With approximately 18,700 employees worldwide, CACI offers information solutions and services for national security missions and government transformation for intelligence, defence, and federal civilian customers.