Information technology (IT) company CACI International has secured a $145m task order for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Counter Insurgency Targeting Programme (CITP).
Awarded under INSCOM’s Global Intelligence Support Services contract vehicle, the single-award task order will continue for a period of three and a half years. It will support the continuous work performed by the company in its Intelligence Services market area.
The CITP delivers all-source target and technical intelligence to combat insurgent networks and systems that threaten US national security.
Under the contract, the company will be responsible for researching, assessing and evaluating intelligence information.
In addition, CACI will integrate all-source intelligence relevant to counterinsurgent networks and develop intelligence products for INSCOM’s National Ground Intelligence Center and security priorities.
CACI International president and chief executive officer Ken Asbury said: “CACI continues to provide the US Army INSCOM with cutting-edge intelligence analysis that advances the important mission of the CITP.
“Our skilled analysts combine innovative solutions, proven expertise, and in-depth familiarity with our customer’s environment to deliver the actionable intelligence and information superiority required to protect our troops and give them a decisive battleground advantage.”
In 2016, the company secured a $32.7m prime contract to continue operating as the Facilities, Infrastructure and Engineering Systems (FIRES) solution architect and services provider for the US Army INSCOM.