Information technology company CACI International has secured a new task order, with a ceiling value of $162m, to provide support to the US Army’s Project Manager Mission Command (PM MC).
The task order has been awarded for a period of five years under the General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract.
CACI International president and chief executive officer Ken Asbury said: “CACI’s new business with the US Army’s PM MC recognises the value of the innovative technology we offer to meet the Armed Forces’ most complex engineering, logistics, and business management challenges.
“We are committed to providing advanced solutions that give America’s military a decisive edge in completing the critical missions that help safeguard our nation.”
PM MC is responsible for developing, deploying and sustaining integrated mission command and situational awareness capabilities to the US Army and the joint forces both across the country and worldwide.
Under the current task order, CACI International will be committed to providing the US Army Command with full lifecycle support of all product management, training and technical services for selected current and future PM MC products and programmes.
In addition, the company will support the development and integration of technical solutions to mission command platforms in order to ensure data accuracy and reliability.
CACI International focuses on providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defence and Federal Civilian customers.
In April this year, the company secured a $145m task order for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Counter Insurgency Targeting Programme (CITP), under which the company will research and evaluate intelligence information, integrate all-source intelligence relevant to counterinsurgent networks, and develop intelligence products in support of INSCOM’s National Ground Intelligence Center and national security priorities.