CACI International has won a $25m contract to support the US Army Communications-Electronics Command's (CECOM) Software Engineering Center (SEC).
The three-year contract will help the army develop and deliver more secure applications.
CACI will provide development and sustainment services for a range of software applications, including the historical record-keeping application, and financial management systems.
CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "Our new work with the US Army Communications-Electronics Command's Software Engineering Center is a significant strategic win for CACI.
"We are extremely proud to be helping the army ensure that the applications it relies on will be developed securely and effectively."
Located at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, US, the CECOM SEC provides software expertise to support a number of army systems, including those required for command, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR), and intelligence.
It helps ensure operational readiness by developing, providing, and maintaining Army C4ISR, logistics and business software.
In April, CACI secured a three-year task order contract to provide engineering and technical support to CECOM SEC for roughly $86m.