CACI International has secured a task order to upgrade US Army infrastructure across the US Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM).

Under the five-year task order with a ceiling value of $63m, CACI will provide continued enterprise support for the relocation of the Army’s garrison at Yongsan, Seoul, South Korea to Camp Humphreys.

As part of the order awarded under the NETCENTS-2 contract vehicle, engineers and technicians at CACI will provide enterprise expertise and technology to the Army’s Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems.

Other work will include engineering, furnishing, installing, securing, and testing upgraded infrastructure at 46 Army sites throughout the theater.

Additionally, under a separate contract CACI will modernise the command, control, communications, computers and intelligence network infrastructure of those sites.

This will permit the company to provide end-to-end expertise to the Army while military service concludes its upgrades.

The contract work will facilitate network infrastructure upgrades made for the Army by CACI in INDOPACOM.

CACI has assisted the Army in planning, designing, engineering, installing and testing communications network infrastructure throughout South Korea at Camp Humphreys, and across the INDOPACOM.

CACI president and CEO John Mengucci said: “This win further demonstrates the value of CACI’s mission expertise, as the Army has entrusted our company to complete network and infrastructure upgrades in the strategically-vital Pacific theater.”

Earlier this month, CACI International deployed the enterprise technology, Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A), to the US Army National Guard.

According to the company, the technology is the largest integrated human resources (HR) system worldwide.