CACI wins task order to support US Army’s CERDEC CFA

3 November 2017 (Last Updated November 3rd, 2017 10:21)

CACI International has received a task order to support the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Flight Activity (CFA).

CACI International has received a task order to support the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Flight Activity (CFA).

The $91m task order was awarded under the Rapid Response-Third Generation (R23G) contract vehicle.

The contract requires the company to supply airborne platform systems integration, maintenance and training and operations support for CFA’s surveillance and reconnaissance missions over a period of four years.

The deal also covers the delivery of services in the areas of electronic and mechanical engineering design, prototype development, as well as all facets of training, platform maintenance, and flight and ground operations. This includes OCONUS deployment and integrated logistics support.

CACI will also support the testing of new design, development, integration, test, evaluation, and sustainment of sensor and surveillance technologies in areas such as radio frequency, electro-optical, thermal, radar, and acoustic systems.

“CACI has enjoyed a long relationship supporting CERDEC’s Flight Activity with innovative systems engineering and integration solutions.”

Commenting on the deal, CACI chief operating officer John Mengucci said: “CACI has enjoyed a long relationship supporting CERDEC’s Flight Activity with innovative systems engineering and integration solutions, coupled with quick reaction capabilities.

“We leverage this experience with specialised engineering design, integration, and testing expertise that enables CERDEC to rapidly deploy next-generation sensor system technologies to their defence department customers.”

The CFA is responsible for supporting research, development, and evaluation of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) airborne intelligence systems.