CACI wins $900m contract for SWMS programme

3 November 2016 (Last Updated November 3rd, 2016 18:30)

US-based CACI International has won a $900m contract for the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM)-wide mission support (SWMS) programme.

US-based CACI International has won a $900m contract for the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM)-wide mission support (SWMS) programme.

Under the terms of the five-year contract, the company will continue providing services in programme management, engineering and technical support, and professional services for the SOCOM on the SWMS programme.

CACI will provide programme management support, including assistance with strategic and operational planning, support for irregular warfare, and studies and analysis to SOCOM.

"CACI will leverage our track record of providing innovative, high-value solutions and services to the US special operations command."

Other services to be offered include engineering and technical documentation development and support, analysis and evaluation, as well as research that optimises information management.

The contract, which covers several CACI market areas, enables the company to provide various mission-essential solutions and services to special operations forces (SOF).

CACI International US Operations chief operating officer and president John Mengucci said: "CACI will leverage our track record of providing innovative, high-value solutions and services to the US special operations command to enhance its capability to gain an operational advantage in performing its most complex assignments."

The SWMS programme is aimed at obtaining services support for global SOF.

SOCOM provides SOF to support networked and distributed global combatant command operations.

CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "With this contract, CACI is honoured to continue our support for the critical missions of the US special operations command.

“We are dedicated to helping our nation's elite fighting forces succeed in defending our country, its people, and its vital interests."